Edward Snowden to talk about Coming Back Home

Once again, Edward Snowden made some important revelations. The famous NSA employee decided to reveal NSA’s MonsterMind program, but he also talked about coming back home.  

Actually, the already famous Edward Snowden decided to talk to Wired magazine, covering its latest issue. The man claimed in this story that was published by James Bamford that there are a series of reasons which determined him to steal and leak documents from the NSA. In fact, Snowden made a series of revelations for Wired magazine. 

Moreover, Edward Snowden actually claimed that he would volunteer for prison, just to be able to come back home. The famous former NSA employee claimed that he would actually be willing to go to jail, if this will serve the right purpose. He claimed that the NSA is still filled with problems. “I told the government I’d volunteer for prison, as long as it served the right purpose,” Snowden said.  “I care more about the country than what happens to me,” he added. 

Snowden currently is in Moscow. The man went on to explain that he will not allow the law to become a political weapon. He said that he will not allow his case to be used to scare people away from standing for their rights. All these remarks have been made by Snowden in the article that will be published in Wired magazine. The article is titled The Most Wanted Man in the World. 

Snowden claimed that despite the scandal he caused, the NSA has not managed to solve their problems. The man also talked about MonsterMind, which is a secret NSA scheme that has the ability to detect incoming cyberattacks. Snowden also warned that this program could lead to an unintended international incident.

“You could have someone sitting in China, for example, making it appear that one of these attacks is originating in Russia. And then we end up shooting back at a Russian hospital. What happens next?,” Snowden said. The man managed to cause global outrage back in 2013, when he revealed a series of classified secrets of the NSA. Snowden has temporary asylum in Russia.

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