Anyone who watched Laura Poitras' Citizen Four, probably remarked on the anonymity software (Tor), PGP based encryption methods and other systems Snowden used to protect his privacy and that of the journalists he collaborated with.
Since early 2016, according to a great article published in Wired on Feb 14th 2017, "Snowden has quietly served as president of a small San Francisco–based nonprofit called the Freedom of the Press Foundation. Its mission: to equip the media to do its job at a time when state-sponsored hackers and government surveillance threaten investigative reporting in ways Woodward and Bernstein never imagined."
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