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Permanent Record by Edward Snowden

Posted at — Nov 16, 2019

What can I say, this is an autobiography of Edward Snowden.

It is very easy to read, and what it does best is portray a human. A human with cozy childhood memories, a human who grew up on the internet which wasn’t taken yet by corporations and governments acting with impunity. A human who used to hold beliefs nobody would associate with Snowden today, and who shows you how that changed. A human who was scared but did the right thing anyway.


(339 pages, ISBN: 1250237238, Worldcat, Open Library)

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