Hard drives used by Edward Snowden go on display at V&A Museum

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Hard drives used by Edward Snowden go on display at V&A Museum

Hard drives used store top-secret NSA files leaked to the Guardian newspaper by Edward Snowden feature in a new exhibition at the V&A.

Smashed remains of the the drives and computer, which were destroyed by Guardian editors while being watched by GCHQ representatives, will form part of the showcase which looks at the role of public spaces in modern day life. 

It's made up of four installations and three displays created by artists, architects and designers. 

Vanessa Baffoe explains more. 

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