Edward Snowden has left the building – the terminal building at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport, that is. So, now that the PRISM leaker gets to stroll around freely for up to a year thanks to his temporary Russian asylum, what’s the man to do with himself?
According to Russia’s answer to Mark Zuckerberg, he should go work for the country’s biggest social network, VK, in order to boost the site’s security. Here’s what VK CEO Pavel Durov said in a post this afternoon (fed through Google Translate then cleaned up slightly):
« Today Edward Snowden — a man who denounced the crimes of U.S. intelligence against citizens of the world — has received temporary asylum in Russia. At such moments, you feel proud of our country and regret the U.S. policy […] I invite Edward to St. Petersburg and will be happy if he decides to join up a stellar team of…
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