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USA First 'cyber' Pulitzer honors publishers of NSA leaks for public service

In awarding the Pulitzer to The Washington Post and The Guardian US for their reports on information leaked by Edward Snowden, the committee is highlighting the importance of the cyber realm.

By Staff writer / April 14, 2014

J. Scott Applewhite/AP

The Pulitzer Prize for Public Service was awarded Monday to The Washington Post and The Guardian US for reporting on the global scope and intricacies of the National Security Agency’s global surveillance programs.