Buried in the comments: Greenwald, Miranda, Clegg and an indefinite number of documents.

Extraordinary Popular Delusions

After a Snowden-imposed absence of a few days Glenn Greenwald posted a new blog early this morning. Of the items in the blog proper, I can definitely recommend David Carr’s NYT piece on journalists waging the US Government’s war against journalists for them. Unfortunately, the same has largely been true in the UK – in part due to wholly unadmirable, parochial concerns like the ones John Naughton points to here.

But there are a couple of interesting points hidden in the comments that also deserve to be drawn out.

Nick Clegg and the reasons for Miranda’s detention

The issue of whether the detention of David Miranda under Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000 was lawful has been the subject of much excellent legal blogging. Pieces I have found particularly useful include those by Jack of Kent, Head of Legal and Adam Wagner. Daniel Isenberg’s roundup of these…

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