Edward Snowden's worst fear has not been realised - thankfullyThe NSA whistleblower's only concern was that his disclosures would be met with apathy. Instead, they're leading to real reform
Jun. 16, 2013
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In my first substantive discussion with Edward Snowden, which took place via encrypted online chat, he told me he had only one fear. It was that the disclosures he was making, momentous though they were, would fail to trigger a worldwide debate because the public had already been taught to accept that they have no right to privacy in the digital age.