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Topic - Daniel Castro
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"These are exactly the types of repercussions that we feared would happen when the NSA leaks first came out," Daniel Castro, a senior analyst at the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation, told The Washington Times Friday.
In the long term, he said the impact might be more severe, if other nations "follow suit and erect their own barriers on the Internet," creating "a domino effect."