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    Snowden: I'm Not Coming Home

    MOSCOW, RUSSIA - DECEMBER 2013:  (EXCLUSIVE ACCESS; PREMIUM RATES (3X) APPLY) Former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden poses for a photo during an interview in an undisclosed location in December 2013 in Moscow, Russia. Snowden who exposed extensive details of global electronic surveillance by the National Security Agency has been in Moscow since June 2012 after getting temporary asylum in order to evade prosecution by authorities in the U.S.  (Photo by Barton Gellman/Getty Images)

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    In a Q&A on his website, NSA leaker Edward Snowden answered Twitter-submitted questions about topics ranging from the threat on his life to returning to the United States. He said it's not possible for him to return when "there's no chance to have a fair trial," and bashed the current whistleblower protection laws. Snowden noted that some spying is warranted, but not mass surveillance. "I think a person should be able to dial a number, make a purchase, send an SMS, write an email, or visit a website without having to think about what it’s going to look like on their permanent record." He also negated a Reuters report, saying he never stole his coworkers' passwords.

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