June 4, 2014

Question of the Week: Has your opinion of Edward Snowden changed (either for better or worse) since he gave his television interview?

snowden2By the C|C Whistleblower Lawyer Team

If you opened any major newspaper or visited any major news website recently, you probably are aware of the interview of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden that aired on NBC last week.  The interview, his first with a U.S. television program, provided viewers with a much more in-depth perspective on the internal workings of the mind and heart of a whistleblower.  Since the interview, debate over Snowden’s actions has continued, but part of the conversation has now turned to whether public opinion of Snowden has changed.  So we thought we would ask you, our readers:

Has your opinion of Edward Snowden changed (either for better or worse) since he gave his television interview?

Has your opinion of Edward Snowden changed (either for better or worse) since he gave his television interview?

     

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    4 Responses to “Question of the Week: Has your opinion of Edward Snowden changed (either for better or worse) since he gave his television interview?

    1. My opinion has changed for the better as Mr. Snowden presented himself as someone who made a very difficult choice for no other reason than because he believed he was doing the right thing for the country.

    2. I actually think a bit less of him now because he came off a little smug or something. Still glad that he did what he did though.

    3. I already liked Snowden, but after watching the interview, I like him more. He did what he believed was best for the citizens of our country at great personal risk. Not many people would do that.