For the last couple of weeks, sections of the cyber security community have been absorbed by questions of greater import that those of the round ball. Is Edward Snowden the only whistleblower, or does the National Security Agency now face a second leaker? If so, what do they know? And what does it mean for the surveillance debate?
Is a second Snowden spilling more NSA secrets?
Not only has the NSA targeted people for merely reading about privacy-enhancing software, there's now speculation that there might be a second Snowden.