Whistleblower Edward Snowden said in his upcoming memoir that he was disillusioned during his time as a secret service operator during President Obama's term. "I fully supported the defensive and targeted surveillance," Snowden writes, but described the government's "bulk collection" of data as hypocritical. According to The New York Times Snowden felt that Obama was doubling the Bush administration's surveillance programs. "Lindsay's and my hopes for him would prove more and more out of place," writes Snowden, referring to the enthusiastic campaign of his current wife Lindsay Mills for Obama after September 1
His memoirs also reveal personal details, such as his two-year marriage to Mills in Russia. He also announced that he now lives in a two-bedroom apartment in Moscow and does not bother to wear disguises in public. "Nowadays, everyone is too busy staring at their phones to catch a second look," he writes.
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