Edward Snowden Net Worth

Edward Snowden Net Worth:
$500 Thousand
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Edward Snowden net worth: Edward Snowden is an American computer security consultant and whistle blower who has a net worth of $500 thousand. Edward Snowden was born in Elizabeth City, North Carolina in June 1983. He is known for copying and leaking highly classified information from the National Security Agency in 2013. During that time Snowden was a Central Intelligence Agency employee and subcontractor. The information revealed global surveillance programs run by the NSA and the Five Eyes Intelligence Alliance and prompted national discussions regarding national security and privacy. Snowden worked for Dell and the CIA and was hired by an NSA contractor in 2013. On his 30th birthday in 2013 the United States Department of Justice unsealed charges against him for two counts of violating the Espionage Act on 1917. He now resides in Moscow, Russia. Snowden's memoir Permanent Records was published in 2019. He graduated from Anne Arundel Community College and the University of Liverpool.

Salary and Speaking Fees: Snowden has revealed in interviews that his peak salary before living in exile was $200,000 per year. That was from the private sector. When working for the government, his salary topped out at $122,000 per year. According to a Snowden associate, he earns around $200,000 per year in speaking engagement fees.

In November 2019, Edward released a biography titled "Permanent Record".

Edward Snowden Net Worth

Net Worth:$500 Thousand
Date of Birth:Jun 21, 1983 (38 years old)
Place of Birth:Elizabeth City, North Carolina, U.S.
Profession:Computer security consultant
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