Edward Snowden News
Edward Snowden is a former Central Intelligence Agency agent and computer scientist, who leaked classified information of the National Security Agency (NSA) in 2013. The leaked documents were published by The Guardian, The New York Times and other influential media and revealed numerous global surveillance programs conducted by Five Eyes Intelligence Alliance with the assistance of the NSA and various telecommunication companies. Ed Snowden’s revelations became an international issue that strained relations between the world’s governments. Today, Snowden is living in Moscow, Russia under temporary asylum. The exact place where Snowden is living has not been revealed for his safety. Edward Snowden is a Bitcoin and cryptocurrency enthusiast but stated multiple times that cryptocurrencies are not as secure and private as mass media often tries to frame it.
Snowden draws attention to buying Bitcoin after the March 2020 crash as BTC price action consolidates below $17,000.
Edward Snowden says he feels ‘itch to scale back in’ to $16.5K Bitcoin
The views of the NSA whistleblower, who has been in Russia since 2013, seemingly clash with those of President Vladimir Putin, who has often worked against prom...
Pro-centralization Russian president grants citizenship to Edward Snowden: Report
It turns out the pseudonymous John Dobbertin, who was one of the six participants in the Zcash Ceremony, was Edward Snowden all along.
Edward Snowden reveals he was one of six who helped launch Zcash
"I think the community should very much be trying to bend the arc of development away from injecting artificial, unnecessary scarcity entirely for the benefit o...
Edward Snowden says gamers could be vulnerable to exploitation using NFTs
El Salvador’s Bitcoin acceptance is a major win for the cryptocurrency industry, Cardano founder Charles Hoskinson believes.
More countries to follow El Salvador’s Bitcoin move, Cardano creator says
Challenges to internet freedom are threats to grassroots protests, panelists agreed.
Snowden and human rights advocates talk internet surveillance in the era of BLM
A U.S. circuit court has concluded its review of a terrorism financing case that begin in 2010, saying that the NSA's phone tapping was illegal but that it was ...
US federal court calls NSA’s mass phone data collection illegal