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Greenwald Accuses NPR Of "Laundering CIA Talking Points" In Story Involving...

Glenn Greenwald has called out National Public Radio in a recent interview for a story by Dina Temple-Raston for a story that it aired on how a study had found "tangible evidence" that leaks by Edward Snowden had harmed security by showing terrorists that they have to develop more sophisticated encryption programs. However, that study was the work of a firm named "Recorded Future," which Greenwald claims has been funded by the CIA to the tune of millions of dollars. Greenwald chastises Temple-Raston and NPR for not informing listeners that the source is a CIA funded outfit. He accuses NPR of essentially airing CIA talking points.

The company released a report called "How Al-Qaeda Uses Encryption Post-Snowden" in two parts in May and August on how "Snowden leaks influencing Al-Qaeda's crypto product innovation."

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