NSA chief says Edward Snowden leaks increase the probability of a terrorist attack
NSA Director General Keith Alexander was asked what steps U.S. authorities were taking to stop Snowden from leaking additional information to journalists at a Q&A session in Baltimore October 31. 'I wish there was a way to prevent it. Snowden has shared somewhere between 50 (thousand) and 200,000 documents with reporters. These will continue to come out,' Alexander said. He also warned that these leaks made a terrorist attack more likely.