Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Snowden issued a message, warning of the dangers posed by a loss of privacy

The fugitive US intelligence leaker, Edward Snowden has issued a message, warning of the dangers posed by a loss of privacy.

The former US National Security Agency contractor earlier told the Washington Post that he's achieved what he had set out to do. The American whistleblower quit his N-S-A post in Hawaii in May and went public with his revelations from Hong Kong a few weeks later. In June, he left for Russia and stayed at Moscow's airport until the Kremlin granted him temporary asylum. Washington has revoked his passport and demanded that he be sent back to face charges for stealing classified data.


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