We still don't know, and likely will never know, what is in the Snowden collection. Admirable as his courage may be, he erred in handing it over to media incapable of assessing the whole wad, which has led to the teasing and hyperbolized accounts valorizing crypto to armor info-warriors. Perhaps more capable assessment is being done and will be made public in a credible fashion instead of the goofy call for debate before much is known beyond rhetoric and hype. The heavy-handed redactions suggest official advice threats and culling, and do not augur well for seeing the rest. Stupid claims of hiding the collection, insurance as stupid as that of WikiLeaks, stupidly sending some or all of it to other parties, come across as patent dissimulation of the comsec advertising type. Comsec is now a fat mark-up of junk, espoused by stupid comsec advisers to journalists as if a saintly medallion to stop a bullet.