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The Market's Fine Print
John Harrington DTN Livestock Analyst
Wed Jul 17, 2013 06:45 PM CDT

Let's start with a short quiz on current events:

Edward Snowden, former computer geek with the National Security Agency last seen working security at the Moscow airport, is best described as: A) a patriotic whistleblower; B) a goofball spy; C) a villainous traitor; or D) an unwitting advocate of livestock production liberty.

Of course, this is an essay question masquerading as multiple-choice. While there's no one right answer at this point, those of you who checked "D" will still get extra credit, both for suggesting you know a thing or two about how the issue of privacy plays in the ...

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