An interview with the famous whistleblower.
The former U.S. intelligence contractor said he would seek a Russian passport and dual citizenship to ensure he remains with his first child, who is due to be born in the country toward the end of year.
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Edward Snowden, who revealed the program in 2013, says he feels vindicated.
Edward Snowden says that he didn’t mean to end up in Russia when he fled after leaking secrets from his job at the United States National Security Agency (NSA). He writes in his…
Former national security contractor fled US in 2013 after leaking documents on American government surveillance operations
If the former NSA contractor had been a genuine whistle-blower, he could have pursued concerns about the NSA program through lawful avenues, instead of fleeing the country.
Former American intelligence consultant and whistleblower Edward Snowden, who is wanted in the U.S.A., has been given permanent residence in Russia, where he has sought refuge since 2013, according to
Raul Pavel from Carturesti bookshops uncovers the first book written by whistleblower Edward Snowden: his memoirs about the National Security Agency documents he leaked back in 2013. Snowden…
Snowden, who has been in exile in Moscow since 2013, won’t renounce his U.S. nationality.
The 37-year-old Snowden faces espionage charges in the United States. With relations between Moscow and Washington at a low, Russia has refused to turn Snowden over.
Edward Snowden and his wife are to apply for Russian citizenship before the birth of their first child next month.Mr Snowden, 37, a former CIA contractor, fled to Russia from Hong Kong in 2013 after