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Jeff Bachman

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Professorial lecturer in Human Rights at the School of International Service at American University, and Director of its Ethics, Peace and Global Affairs Program

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Edward Snowden says he went to work for a defense contractor so he could inform the American public about the government's secret surveillance of telephone and Internet conversations.

Secrecy, Diplomacy and Edward Snowden

Edward Snowden says he went to work for a defense contractor so he could inform the American public about the government's secret surveillance of telephone and Internet conversations.

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