Edward Snowden: ‘The World Is Much More Unpredictable and Dangerous’ Than George Orwell’s ‘1984’
“If I end up in chains in Guantanamo,” the NSA whistle-blower tells The Guardian’s Alan Rusbridger and Ewen MacAskill in a must-see interview, “I can live with that.” Snowden, meeting the journalists in a Moscow hotel room, talks openly and eloquently about his life in exile in Russia, the things he saw at the NSA that disturbed him and what steps we need to take as a society to secure privacy, among other important topics.
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