He is only following one other account: the National Security Agency (@NSAGov) — which is hilarious, given he is famous for leaking documents that revealed the reach of the NSA’s surveillance program.
Most of his tweets so far have been in conversation with Neil deGrasse Tyson, astrophysicist and director of the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City:
And of course Glenn Greenwald, the journalist who broke Snowden’s story, welcomed the computer whiz:
And here are some of the other welcomes Snowden has gotten so far:
Yes! Welcome to Twitter. https://t.co/gUBQpET6Gg
— jack (@jack) September 29, 2015
— Jesse Ventura (@GovJVentura) September 29, 2015
.@Snowden Hello, friend.
— Mr. Robot (@whoismrrobot) September 29, 2015
@Snowden Can you help me set up Google two-factor authentication?
— pourmecoffee (@pourmecoffee) September 29, 2015
— Chris Anderson (@TEDchris) September 29, 2015
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