A journalist writes about the alarming degree of surveillance and suspected hacking he was subject to after working with Edward Snowden on a major story, and the paranoia it engendered.
The story of a strange outbreak at a Catholic school in Mexico in 2006. Girls reported pain in their legs, nausea, and fever. When the cases spread to hundreds of pupils, the government sent a psychiatrist specialised in adolescents experiencing psychosomatic illnesses to investigate. The story is currently being turned into a film.