RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "Every published private conversation brings some discomfort, but I think ministers, politicians, prosecutors, and judges should be subject to such discomforts. They are the ones deciding who goes to jail, who is released, who lives or dies, what our future will be like.
"It doesn't matter where the information came from. If it is in the public interest and true, let it be disclosed," said Snowden, when asked about the controversy in . . .