Edward Snowden speaks via the internet to a high-tech fair in Hanover, Germany, on March 21. Snowden uses video to speak to audiences all over the world, often for thousands of dollars.
Edward Snowden speaks via the internet to a high-tech fair in Hanover, Germany, on March 21. Snowden uses video to speak to audiences all over the world, often for thousands of dollars. Friso Gentsch picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images
Edward Snowden speaks via the internet to a high-tech fair in Hanover, Germany, on March 21. Snowden uses video to speak to audiences all over the world, often for thousands of dollars. Friso Gentsch picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

Traitor or hero, Snowden still a success on college lecture circuit

April 17, 2017 01:16 PM

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