Edward Snowden is an American computer professional who leaked classified information from the National Security Agency (NSA) to the mainstream media.
He is a former system administrator for the Central Intelligence Agency and a counterintelligence trainer at the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). He later worked for Dell assigned as a contractor to U.S. National Security Agency facilities in the United States and inside an NSA outpost in Japan. In March 2013, he joined the consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton and worked as an infrastructure analyst inside the NSA center in Hawaii. In June 2013, he came to international attention after disclosing to several media outlets thousands of classified documents that he acquired while working as an NSA contractor for Dell and Booz Allen Hamilton.
|Oct 8, 2016||The Economist - They’re watching Yahoo|
|Oct 6, 2016||PC World - EU privacy watchdogs have questions about Yahoo's secret email scanning|
|Oct 6, 2016||Chicago Tribue - Reported Yahoo email scanning revives surveillance concerns|
|Oct 6, 2016||Network World - EU privacy watchdogs have questions about Yahoo's secret email scanning|
|Oct 5, 2016||TechCrunch - NSA contractor arrested for theft of six classified documents|
|Oct 5, 2016||PC World - FBI arrests an NSA contractor suspected of stealing hacking tools|
|Oct 5, 2016||Wired News - Feds Charge NSA Contractor with Taking Top Secret Documents|
|Oct 5, 2016||Network World - FBI arrests an NSA contractor suspected of stealing hacking tools|