There's no doubt that Edward Snowden has damaged the spy business. According to an international conference of senior intelligence and security figures, the hostile reaction of the British and US governments to the Snowden disclosures of mass surveillance only served to heighten public suspicion of the work of the intelligence agencies,
The Guardian reports on the recently published official account of a Ditchley Foundation conference last month. It says one of the event’s main conclusions was that greater transparency about the activities and capabilities of the security services would be essential if their credibility was to be preserved and enhanced around the world.The account of the conference chaired by Sir John Scarlett, the former head of MI6, was published on Friday. It makes clear the foundation recognized the widespread public unease following the revelations. It also says that the conditions of data collection about individuals and who has access to it are legitimate areas of concern.
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