Risks Snowden took showcase his candor The condemnation of Edward Snowden seems premature. He has given up his liberty, home country and possibly his life to meet a burden of conscience, unless anyone else can prove that he had other motives for his actions. I am not saying that he should be called a “hero” or a “martyr,” but the risks he took in exposing the extent of the NSA’s program and revealing his identity speaks to his candor. I am not convinced this program saved as many lives as our government would like us to believe. In the case …
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