Edward Snowden warns that a great global danger is approaching because of the Internet
Edward Snowden is a security expert who worked for the NSA and CIA. 6 years ago he became world-famous after denouncing the electronic espionage carried out by United States agencies on their own citizens. This caused him to leave this country and seek international refuge.
Edward Snowden is persecuted by the United States and its allies
Recently in an interview with The Guardian, I assure that people have not yet seen what artificial intelligence is capable of doing and its eagerness to collect all possible data from a person on the internet.
"The greatest danger is yet to come, with the refinement of the capabilities of artificial intelligence (AI), such as facial and pattern recognition" further warning that a small camera could become a police officer who will keep an eye on your part of the time.
However, he warns that this is being possible thanks to the fact that large internet companies collaborate with this type of project. In addition, due to his report of electronic espionage of the United States, the United Kingdom and their allies, he is treated as a traitor in his country of origin, but also as a hero.
Edward Snowden affirmed that after a few years the image they had against him has begun to change. Now people are being aware of the importance of the privacy of their data and not feeling watched. So much so that Bernie Sanders and Tulsi Gabbard have stated that they should lift exile against Edward Snowden.
Although Edward Snowden's plan was to come to Ecuador to seek asylum, he ended up stuck in Russia after his passport was canceled. Place where he believed American agents would visit him at any moment to assassinate him.
However, Edward Snowden is grateful to Russia for the hospitality and security it has provided him. At first, he wore large scarves and coats that covered his entire face to avoid being recognized, but over time he freed himself from these anguish, and now he walks like any other Russian citizen.
Now we await the book 'Permanent Record' that will go on sale in 20 countries around the world on September 17, where it is expected to reveal new details of cyber espionage.