It's what you'd call a media blitz: a campaign to pardon Edward Snowden that comes with the release of a Hollywood movie and an appeal from the man himself from Moscow. But the clock's ticking: Obama leaves office in January and hardly has a track record of leniency. Three years after Snowden blew the whistle on mass surveillance at home and abroad, has he made his country weaker or stronger? And how have issues of security and privacy evolved in the era of hacking and surveillance?
Produced by Daniel BARNEY, François WIBAUX and Christopher DAVIS.
Democrats Abroad France
Author, The End of Europe
Former Intelligence Official
Professor of information warfare and political science