By: Nika Knight
A discussion between The Intercept's Glenn Greenwald and author and activist Naomi Klein tackled thorny privacy issues surrounding WikiLeaks' indiscriminate release of John Podesta's hacked emails in a 30-minute discussion published by The Intercept late Wednesday.
The Intercept has covered the release of thousands of emails from Hillary Clinton's campaign manager in depth, from exploring Clinton's speeches to Wall Street to examining the Clinton campaign's inner workings, and Greenwald had previously described the decision to cover the emails as “an easy call.”
“I come to this as a journalist and author who has used leaked and declassified documents to do my work,” Naomi Klein argued. (Photos: Adolfo Lujan, Gage Skidmore/flickr/cc)