It continues to mystify why Greenwald and others crop and redact documents and slides but show them to staff at O Globo, Guardian, Der Spiegel, New York Times, ProPublica, Washington Post and perhaps others yet to be disclosed with bombshell releases (now even Clapper is applauding the Snowden campaign, which stinks of the fix is in on what to release and when). O Globo videos show glimpses of slides which are then further redacted or cropped for release as slides alone. Schneier claims to be working with Greenwald so he is presumably seeing full views of docs and slides. Yet he sustains a steady beat of surprise and outrage, almost as if overly defensive about who knows what. Greenwald has tweeted that there are legal reasons to not show full views nor "distribute" documents instead only "report" on them. No answer to a tweet to GG about who set those legal boundaries. This seems to be game the Snowden manipulators are playing with authorities, or at least lawyers are playing with the gov, to toy with and tease the public by hoarding documents, maintaining insider privileges of "journalists" against outsiders, their readers, and experts who could deconstruct the journo's pallid intepretation. This is a game played also by secret-hoarding governments against their citizens, aided and abetted by duplicitous laws and lawyers. MITM exploitation is what it is whatever they chose to call their privilege protection racket. And not to overlook the singular role of Tor in MITM exploitation. The same distinctive rhetoic is deployed by all of them to wave off suspicions as as if tradecraft.