Ed Snowden: Privacy in the Age of Trump

I believe that this world can be better. I believe that this world should be better. But it’s not going to get better unless we make it better,” he said. “And that requires risk. That requires hard work. That ultimately might require sacrifice. Things change,” he went on. “If they can change for the worse, they can change for the better. If more good people are organizing… if we’re willing to draw lines that we will not allow people to cross without moving us out of the way, the pendulum will swing.”

RTFA. A transcription from the podcast – which can be overly complex at times. Still, it addresses the crimes and crap rationales passing for politics with a fake president in the White House.

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