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The NSA’s PRISM slides get a makeover

When the Washington Post and the Guardian revealed the existence of the NSA intelligence-gathering program PRISM last week, they both relied on a set of horrifically bad slides reportedly prepared by the agency and presented to a group of senior analysts. As I wrote at the time, the slides continued the U.S. government’s tradition of ...

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When the Washington Post and the Guardian revealed the existence of the NSA intelligence-gathering program PRISM last week, they both relied on a set of horrifically bad slides reportedly prepared by the agency and presented to a group of senior analysts. As I wrote at the time, the slides continued the U.S. government’s tradition of generally awful PowerPoint slides.

But now, Emiland De Cubber, a presentation designer, has done the NSA the favor of redesigning the slides. Have a look for yourself below. I’d say it looks more than good enough for government work.

 

Elias Groll is a staff writer at Foreign Policy. Twitter: @EliasGroll

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