Doomsday Cache Is Newest Snowden Meme

Posted: Nov 26 2013, 2:12pm CST | by , in Also on the Geek Mind


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Doomsday Cache is Newest Snowden Meme
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A new report defines yet another meme for something Edward Snowden could reveal. The Doomsday Cache is supposed Snowden's insurance in case something happens to him. It is still blowing my mind that one person triggered the discovery that we are all spied on in a massive way online.

Edward Snowden might enter history books as the smartest whistle blower. The US government still did not get him. He hangs out in Putin's country where there are supposedly lots of beautiful Russian brides, at least this is what I read every day in my email.

A new Reuters report says that spies are worried about a Doomsday cache. Snowden would release the Doomsday cache in case something happense to him. The Doomsday cache is supposed to contain documents with names of U.S., British and other spies from other countries.

The Doomsday cache would be somewhere stored online. The cache is heavily encrypted and three people are supposed to have passwords that have to be all used to open it. I wonder how they would know all that without Snowden leaking this information.

So Doomsday cache is the latest "thing" in the Snowden case. Let's see what still will be revealed by him. Can it get anymore worse?

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