Edward Snowden has spent the last six years living in exile in Russia and has now decided to publish his memoirs, Permanent Record. In the book he reflects on his life leading up to the biggest leak of top secret documents in history, and the impact this had on his relationship with his partner, Lindsay Mills. The Guardian's Ewen MacAskill, who helped break Snowden's story in 2013, has been given exclusive access to meet him
Edward Snowden in exile: ‘you have to be ready to stand for something’ – video
New York Post › 1 month ago
Fugitive U.S. intelligence whistleblower Edward Snowden will speak next month by video at Web Summit in Lisbon, billed by the organizers as the world’s largest annual tech conference. Organizers of Web Summit said it would be Snowden’s largest live...
Edward Snowden says big tech firms like Amazon, Google and Facebook have business models that are tantamount to 'abuse' (FB, GOOGL, GOOG, AMZN)
Business Insider › Politics › 1 week ago
American whistleblower and activist Edward Snowden has compared the business models of tech giants such as Facebook, Google and Amazon to "abuse." Snowden, who is renowned for copying and leaking highly classified information from the National Security...
CNN › Politics › 1 month ago
Edward Snowden, who has been living in exile in Russia after leaking American intelligence secrets in 2013, said Monday that he would like to return to the United States if he is guaranteed a fair trial.
New York Post › 2 weeks ago
Whistleblower Edward Snowden said Wednesday that he searched CIA and NSA databases for evidence that the US government was hiding aliens — but found no evidence of extraterrestrials. Snowden made the admission while speaking on Joe Rogan’s podcast...
The Guardian › Entertainment › 1 month ago
The call of duty and a patriotic pedigree are given priority in Snowden’s account of his motivations – and he warns of dangers aheadTowards the end of Edward Snowden’s memoir, he hands the narrative to his partner, Lindsay Mills, in the form of...
Snowden 'did more damage to the private sector' than government, says recently departed intelligence lead
CNBC › 1 week ago
Countries were able to take advantage of the revelations of Edward Snowden in a way that may have hurt U.S. businesses more than the government agencies that lost the information in Snowden's 2013 leaks, the recently departed deputy director of...
RT › 1 month ago
Shortly after Edward Snowden flagged France as a place where he would want to live, the country’s justice minister said she personally supports granting asylum to the renowned whistleblower still in exile in Russia. Read Full Article at RT.com
Sputnik International › 3 weeks ago
Former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden has been in self-imposed exile in Russia since 2013, when he leaked a trove of top-secret information from the NSA regarding global surveillance programs conducted by Washington, in a move...
USA Today › 1 month ago
Renegade former NSA contractor Edward Snowden tells it like he thinks it is in his book "Permanent Record" released Tuesday in more than 20 countries.
Newsweek › Politics › 2 weeks ago
Speaking with Joe Rogan, NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden described ongoing efforts by the government to minimize his bestselling book, "Permanent Record" and also goes into detail on his hunt for extraterrestrial aliens in the NSA network.