#1 By: Rob Beschizza, October 25th, 2013 11:31
#2 By: Daneyul, October 25th, 2013 11:38
Jesus, what kind of immoral asshole listens in on somebody else's private conversation???
#3 By: Boundegar, October 25th, 2013 11:51
Hayden was a good sport, though, subsequently offering tweeter Tom Matzzie his own face-to-face interview.
...in a windowless holding cell.
#4 By: Brendan Kidwell, October 25th, 2013 14:36
I wonder if we're going to hear some argument from the powers that be that Hayden had some kind of expectation of privacy on the public train.
#5 By: technogeek, October 25th, 2013 14:56
A friend of mine had to remind a public-transit-commuting lawyer that his loud cellphone conversation was violating his client's confidentiality as well as annoying everyone in the vicinity.
The fact that these folks should have expert understanding of the difference between public and private does not, alas, necessarily mean that they are actually careful about what shouldn't be said when and where and to whom.
#6 By: Funruly, October 25th, 2013 15:49
If this is the type of OpSec example he set when he was at the NSA, the Snowden leaks don't just begin to look more believable, they become inevitable.
#7 By: kmoser, October 25th, 2013 18:42
"Fellow traveler", huh? I see what you did there.
#8 By: petzl, October 25th, 2013 19:04
Gee, what a surprise. A Bush political appointee rags on his boss's successor.
#9 By: miasm, October 27th, 2013 09:44
Liberal Activist, Reporter, Eavesdropper, Stalker.
This guy gets up to quite a lot in the imaginations of those reporting on him.
#10 By: bwv812, October 27th, 2013 10:15
I'm sure a democratic nominee would never do something like that.
#12 By: Rob Beschizza, October 30th, 2013 11:31
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