Got your attention, didn't I.
The big question these days is whether Edward Snowden and his leaks are important or not? In the grand scheme of things these days, they seem to be getting some public attention, at least to the extent that a Russian hotel room interview is interesting. But this tech pro hasn't seen much movement by this same public in favor of better Internet secrecy and privacy controls or interest in legislation that will support them.
So, at least in the US, we still have a First Amendment and the free and open Internet where information both private and public courses at light speed around the world.
The more things change, the more they stay the same I guess.
Oh, the network series hasn't been announced yet. But after the airing of the NBC News Snowden Interview, we're taking bets that one of the networks will put forth a mini-series with - you guessed it - Edward Snowden - as the technical adviser.
Thanks to The Cloud is Huge and Friends