Some of the stories from today’s Top Ten At Ten.

* ‘Journalist’ Argues In NY Times That Publishing Decisions Should Ultimately Be Made By Government (Barry Eisler)

* Pentagon report: scope of intelligence compromised by Snowden ‘staggering’ (Guardian)

* Surveillance Bill That Falls Short (NY Times)

* Tea party leader, Laurel man arrested in Cochran case (The Clarion-Ledger)

* Microsoft wins case to block FBI request for customer data (Engadget)

* Borrowing Against The Future (Debt and Society)

* Who made the pivot to Asia? Putin. (WaPo)

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