After reading edward snowden’s “permanent record” please answer the

In a double-spaced 12 Font paper  How did you immediately feel after finishing the novel in relation to data security as a whole? Has your thought process changed regarding how you will share data? Do you value metadata more or less after reading this novel? Do you feel that there should be more of an emphasis on personal privacy or public security? (Hint: you can use domestic threats to support your stance-whichever it may be.)  Considering the grand scheme of things,  do you feel that what Edward Snowden did was wrong? Do you think he helped more people or put more people in danger?  Should the United States government continue to attempt to persecute Edward Snowden? If so, why? If not, why?  Do you think there could have been a better way for Edward Snowden to achieve the goal that he felt was necessary without inciting anger and fear from the United States government by being a whistleblower? 

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