I am certainly happy with the brouhaha surrounding the Edward Snowden "leaks." Anything that makes the average citizen more suspicious of government operators the better.
However, as I have stated before, the Snowden "leaks" continue to be of the type that do little to advance the knowledge of what careful observers already knew about spying and data collection operations of the NSA/USG.
Where's the real dirt about government operators and what they have done and are planning? Did Snowden not listen in on any juicy stuff?
Sibel Edmonds, who had nowhere near the observation post that Snowden had, provided us with much more detailed information about suspicious government operations than Snowden has to date.
I hope there is more coming from Snowden of a more detailed nature on topics none of us are aware of, but to date I haven't seen anything from Snowden that could be classified as a great expose.