If I Were Edward Snowden

The world knows by now that Edward N. Snowden, the former private contractor for the National Security Agency who leaked revelations of massive US clandestine electronic surveillance and eavesdropping programs, is still at large in Hong Kong. The global headlines continue to swivel on the case, questioning how the US and Hong Kong authorities work out extradition treaty on him, speculating whether the Chinese authorities might intervene, debating on whether he is hero or traitor, whistleblower or double agent, and whether he has more classified information, such as how Hong Kong and China targets were searched by the US eavesdropping organs. But the fact is Snowden, the spy who came in from the cold, remains a fugitive.

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