Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor and press freedom advocate who has lived in Moscow in exile since 2013, hasn’t uttered a word publicly on Russia’s move to criminalize independent reporting about its invasion of Ukraine.
Snowden is the president of Freedom of the Press Foundation, a California-based charity that tracks “press freedom violations” in the United States as minor as journalists being denied access to press conferences. As recently as Jan. 26, Snowden urged Danish citizens to resist their government after it threatened to impose lengthy prison sentences to members of the media who reported on state secrets.
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But Snowden hasn’t said anything publicly, let alone issued a call for active resistance from the Russian…