Edward Snowden Quotes

The biggest lesson I learned from my experience is that the power of one person to make a difference is real.

Privacy is not a luxury. It is a fundamental human right.

The government’s surveillance programs are a manifestation of the erosion of democracy.

Truth is the most powerful weapon against oppression.

If you are not engaged in surveillance, you have nothing to hide. But if you are, both your privacy and your freedom are at risk.

I may have lost my country, but I gained the truth.

Whistleblowers are not traitors, they are patriots.

Mass surveillance is not about protecting the people, it’s about controlling them.

Freedom is not an abstract concept, it is a tangible right that should be protected at all costs.

We can either be a society of fear or a society of freedom.

Information is power, and those in power seek to control the flow of information.

Knowledge is a catalyst for change, and when people are aware, they can demand better.

Privacy is the foundation of individuality.

Our rights should not depend on our obedience.

True democracy requires transparency and accountability.

Security should not come at the expense of liberty.

The right to privacy is the cornerstone of a free society.

It is not enough to be aware, we must also take action.

The road to justice is often paved with sacrifice.

We must be willing to challenge authority, even when it is uncomfortable.

Change starts with one person, but it requires the support of many.

The truth may be inconvenient, but it is necessary for progress.

Democracy dies in darkness, but it thrives in the light of truth.

We can’t allow fear to dictate our lives.

Civil liberties should not be compromised in the name of security.

The price of liberty is eternal vigilance.

Every individual has a role to play in defending our rights.

Those who sacrifice their own freedom for the illusion of security will ultimately lose both.

Courage is not the absence of fear, but the willingness to act in spite of it.

Dissent is the lifeblood of democracy.

We must protect the whistleblower, for they are the true guardians of freedom.

The surveillance state is a threat to the very foundation of our society.

Our government should be held accountable for its actions, not shielded from scrutiny.

Being ignorant of government surveillance does not protect us from its consequences.

Our privacy is worth fighting for, even if it means standing alone.

Maintaining an open and free society requires constant vigilance.

In the battle between privacy and security, we should always err on the side of privacy.

The surveillance apparatus is only as powerful as we allow it to be.

The government’s intrusion into our private lives is a violation of our basic human dignity.

We must recognize that our rights are interconnected, and the erosion of one threatens the others.

Unchecked surveillance is a slippery slope towards totalitarianism.

The surveillance state is built on the assumption of guilt, rather than innocence.

We cannot have a functioning democracy without transparency.

Privacy is not a privilege, it is a right that should be afforded to all.

We must be vigilant in protecting our rights, for they are easily eroded.

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