Edward Snowden, everyone's favorite "good guy" spy. Or is he?
It's rather interesting that Snowden spent years developing tools and malware for the CIA and released none of them. Within a few weeks of accepting an NSA contractor job through Booz Allen Hamilton, though, he went ham on the NSA, releasing a massive trove of tools and documentation.
Mind you, I'm no fan of mass surveillance programs, but the NSA is nowhere near the CIA's level of "evil". Doesn't it strike anyone as odd that Snowden would choose to harm one agency, but not the other, in his crusade to expose the surveillance state?