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Loser Leaves Town match

Washington Post, “Plugging the leaks in the Edward Snowden case“, July 1, 2013:

[T]he first U.S. priority should be to prevent Mr. Snowden from leaking information that harms efforts to fight terrorism and conduct legitimate intelligence operations. Documents published so far by news organizations have shed useful light on some NSA programs and raised questions that deserve debate, such as whether a government agency should build a database of Americans’ phone records. But Mr. Snowden is reported to have stolen many more documents, encrypted copies of which may have been given to allies such as the WikiLeaks organization.

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The best solution for both Mr. Snowden and the Obama administration would be his surrender to U.S. authorities, followed by a plea negotiation. It’s hard to believe that the results would leave the 30-year-old contractor worse off than living in permanent exile in an unfree country. Sadly, the supposed friends of this naive hacker are likely advising him otherwise.

Deadspin, “A Redditor Has Been Leaking WWE Outcomes“, July 15, 2013:

No, what’s weird about Dolphins1925′s perfect slate is that he made his picks for the next pay-per-view, and the next, all the way down to last night’s Money in the Bank event, and he’s been completely right, every single time. He’s 38 for 38 in predicting the results of matches. He’s not just some fan guessing. He knows WWE’s plans.

He claims he doesn’t work for WWE himself, but has a source who does. He claims he’s revealing the results in order to embarrass the company, so it’ll realize how leaky its ship is. “I am hoping that spreading the word will get WWE’s attention,” he wrote. “I am hoping that it will put a stop to spoilers from being leaked.”

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[says the Redditor:] “Vince and upper management are not taking reasonable measures to prevent this information from being leaked. These people whom are leaking this information are profiting off it at the expense of the WWE, the fans, and the integrity of the product. It is for these reasons that I am hoping to put an end to WWE insiders leaking PPV outcomes.”

Some people get really upset when you break kayfabe.

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