Edward Snowden, the media, and the Espionage Act
Source: Douglas London
Affiliation: The Hill
In this article, the author argues that Edward Snowden should not be pardoned. The author argues that Snowden's intention was not to whistleblow but rather to seek revenge, money, and to weaken his country's national security. Furthermore, the author aruges that journalists should provide opportunities for national security agencies to explain the situation to reporters.