Edward Snowden Speaks in Half-Hour Televised Interview'I think itís becoming increasingly clear that these leaks didnít cause harm. In fact, they served the public good.'
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How appropriate the video of the interview was censored due to copyright fascism.German television station NDR News on Sunday night aired an in-person interview with American whistleblower Edward Snowden in which he speaks both broadly and specifically about the NSA surveillance programs his actions have helped expose to the world.
Conducted in Mosow, this is the first such interview with the former NSA contractor since journalists Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras met and interviewed him in a Hong Kong hotel room last June.