NSA Implementing ‘Two-Person’ Rule To Stop The Next Edward Snowden

June 19th, 2013

This is great. They can spend all day trying to comply with their increasingly cumbersome security directives.

Via: Forbes:

The next Edward Snowden may need a partner on the inside.

On Tuesday, National Security Agency Director Keith Alexander told a congressional hearing of the Intelligence Committee that the agency is implementing a “two-person” system to prevent future leaks of classified information like the one pulled off by 29-year-old Booz Allen contractor Edward Snowden, who exfiltrated “thousands” of files according to the Guardian, to whom he has given several of the secret documents.

One Response to “NSA Implementing ‘Two-Person’ Rule To Stop The Next Edward Snowden”

  1. scrod Says:

    I believe the North Korean government uses a similar system for its border guards to prevent them from defecting.

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