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Edward Snowden Went Straight to the Press, but Here’s What He Should Have Done Instead (Business Insider Interview with Gordon Schnell)

Posted  June 14, 2013

There has been a media circus surrounding the escapades of Edward Snowden, the NSA whistleblower who recently leaked classified information on the government’s massive surveillance of our phone and email communications.  Some view him as a hero for exposing what many see as an indefensible intrusion into our privacy.  Others view him as a traitor for threatening to undermine a major bulwark in this country’s war against terror.  What most people are not talking about, however, is what other options Snowden had to air his concerns and what more the government can be doing to discourage future national security whistleblowers from leaking classified information to the press.  Click here for more.