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Pope Francis is Time's Person of the Year
Added: 11.12.2013 16:30 | 0 views | 0 comments
Time magazine selected Pope Francis as its Person of the Year today, saying the Roman Catholic church's new leader has changed the perception of the church in an extraordinary way in a short time. The pope beat out NSA leaker Edward Snowden for the distinction, which the newsmagazine has been...
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"...users are making themselves more vulnerable to exploitation."
|Pope Francis Is Time's Person of the Year|
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Pope Francis selected Person of the Year by Time magazine, Snowden comes in 2nd
|Pope Francis Is Time's Person Of The Year; Snowden Is No. 2|
Added: 11.12.2013 13:39 | 2 views | 0 comments
Being the earthly leader of the Catholic Church has its perks. Among them: You're a 50/50 bet to be Time magazine's Person of the Year at some point.
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|TIME’s Person of the Year|
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It's Pope Francis. The news was announced on NBC's TODAY Show at 7:40 a.m. It's the third time that a pope has been chosen for this coveted position. Hey, it was him or NSA leaker Edward Snowden, who declassified some 200,000 docs by handing them over to the media. Snowden slid easily in the number 2 [...]
|NSA morale reportedly hits rock bottom after Snowden revelations|
Added: 10.12.2013 1:00 | 3 views | 0 comments
Employees at the National Security Agency aren’t happy that we now know to look out for their trash-talking elves that they’ve created in World of Warcraft. The Washington Post reports that officials at the NSA are feeling depressed and demoralized by the constant stream of revelations being leaked by former contractor Edward Snowden and are also feeling hung out to dry by a White House that has spent most of its time trying to contain political damage caused by the Snowden leaks. Essentially, the Post’s sources say that the NSA thinks that it’s providing some of the most valuable intelligence in the United States’ battle against terrorism and that it deserves recognition for its efforts instead of calls for more
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