Not gonna read it. He has zero creds in my book. There's no argument that what he exposed is important and will hopefully result in lasting reforms surrounding intel and data harvesting. But there's also no argument that he broke the law in doing so, and then bolted rather than man up and take responsibility (positive and negative) for his actions.
I look at him as a political Oreo. An important revelation sandwiched btwn a crime and a lack of real courage.
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