Joshua Foust

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A former intelligence analyst, he’s now a DC–based reporter covering intelligence and national security. His work can be found at beaconreader.com.

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New disclosures from National Security Agency files show contact lists from Americans’ e-mail and instant-message accounts are being scooped up.

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New disclosures from National Security Agency files show contact lists from Americans’ e-mail and instant-message accounts are being scooped up.

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