And the saga continues. National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden went on the record again Saturday and then on Tuesday afternoon, telling The Guardian that he never gave Russia or China any information and that neither government ever drained the contents of his four laptops. The claim that China took information from Snowden’s laptop appears to have originated from a New York Times article that cites two anonymous sources. Meanwhile, a new Quinnipiac poll released Wednesday showed that 55 percent of Americans view Snowden as a “whistleblower in leaking details about top-secret U.S. programs that collect telephone and Internet data,” as opposed to the 34 percent who view him simply as a traitor.
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