Glenn Greenwald on Carrying Around Secret Documents

The Guardian columnist talks about security measures.
2:07 | 07/12/13

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Transcript for Glenn Greenwald on Carrying Around Secret Documents
Stone said. When I interviewed him on line about. About this this he said the treat this coming in nobody can stop -- acting. You know that's that's the premise but at the same time these documents are highly valuable to a lot of different people around the world -- -- like to have access to them so I'm I am cognizant. The need for security and and making sure that these these materials are safeguard. This is somebody you -- knows what he's doing. In terms of how the -- material material securely and -- and what techniques are used by governments around the world like the NSA. In order to -- huge gain access to places that that that they don't have authority to you to access. And so they're all sorts of ways to insure. The security. -- -- material such as never connecting to the Internet only using -- machines that have never been connected the Internet keeping -- in your physical presence at all times using highly encrypted. Walls around the material that evening and billions. -- a second software like the NSA has would take years to crack and break and so unless he got careless and left it in his room and and went out first role which he would never do or decided to start sending things around on encrypted on the Internet which he would definitely not -- -- there really is no -- -- That the government -- Russia China or the United States would it would have for obtaining information that he possesses for the past six weeks I have. Every second of every day had -- my physical possession. All of the documents electronically. That -- dividend I am never without -- I have -- and other places as well physically and electronically but I always had a set with me that's highly encrypted that no one else can have -- to besides me but that I can always make sure that I have. The majority of that remains to you to be done that includes stories that are at least as significant if not more significant then the ones we've already done.

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