In his interview with The Post, Snowden noted matter-of-factly that Standard Form 312, the ­classified-information nondisclosure agreement, is a civil contract. He signed it, but he pledged his

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Jun 09, 2013 · The interview has the bylines of Glenn Greenwald, Ewen MacAskill, and Laura Poitras. Poitras was also a co-author, The Guardian asked Snowden why he chose Hong Kong, which is a Special Jun 13, 2013 · When Edward Snowden revealed himself to be the source of the NSA leaks in an interview with The Guardian Sunday, he briefly described how he went from a high school dropout to a man entrusted with May 29, 2014 · Snowden faces a maximum sentence of 30 years for the current charges, and other charges could be added on, leading his lawyer, Wizner, to tell the Guardian, “the exposure he faces is virtually Jul 08, 2013 · In a new excerpt from the video interview with The Guardian's Glenn Greenwald and independent filmmaker Laura Potrais, Snowden further explained his reasons for leaking the top secret documents

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Edward Snowden - CNBC Edward Snowden, Whistleblower, Wikileaks. 1:14 PM ET Thu, 19 Dec 2019. Whistleblower Edward Snowden worked at the CIA and NSA and signed secrecy agreements that apply to … Edward Snowden Opens Up About His Life in Russia - Sputnik Edward Snowden, the most famous US whistleblower, met with T he Guardian’s Ewen MacAskill for an interview ahead of the publication of the former US intel worker’s new book, Permanent Record. Living in Russia. In the interview, Snowden said that while he was initially wary of coming to Russia, which he saw as a “fortress of the enemy,” he now sees the country very differently and has Snowden: 'If I end up in chains in Guantanamo I can live