Russia, Strava, Blood Moon: Your Wednesday Briefing

Good morning.

The State of the Union address in Washington, a fight over thin air and an epic lunar eclipse. Here’s your Morning Briefing:

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• “I would definitely not like to be a Manning, or a Snowden, or an Assange.”

That was Nathan Ruser, the 20-year-old Australian National University student who shook security experts around the world with his revelation that the fitness app Strava exposes the locations of U.S. and other military bases in Afghanistan, Syria and beyond.

He credits part of his discovery with private group chats on Twitter, which experts say are increasingly important forums for cybersecurity discussions.


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