Snowden to Come out With Memoir ‘Permanent Record’ Next Month
Former CIA agent and NSA contractor Edward Snowden will come out with his memoir, Permanent Record, which will recount how he created a system of mass surveillance and made the biggest leak till date.
Permanent Record will be published globally by Macmillan Publishers on 17 September, it was announced on Thursday, 1 August.
The result would be an unprecedented system of mass surveillance with the ability to pry into the private lives of every person on earth.
‘Permanent Record’ Gives Insight Into Snowden’s Life
In Permanent Record, he tells his story for the very first time, taking the reader along as he helps to create the system of mass surveillance, and then experiences the crisis of conscience which led him to try and bring it down, a statement said.
In the UK, Australia, India and South Africa, the memoir will be published by Pan Macmillan; in the US by Metropolitan Books, an imprint of Henry Holt; and in Germany by S Fischer Verlag, it added.
The book has been edited by Metropolitan Books under the leadership of Sara Bershtel, senior vice-president and publisher.
He displayed enormous courage in doing so, and like him or not, his is an incredible American story. There is no doubt that the world is a better and more private place for his actions, he added.
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