“He is a uniquely postmodern breed of whistle-blower. Physically, very few people have seen him since he disappeared into Moscow’s airport complex last June. But he has nevertheless maintained a presence on the world stage — not only as a man without a country but as a man without a body.” Wired’s James Bamford spends some time with Edward Snowden, the most wanted man in the world. (Among other things, Snowden tells the story of the time the NSA accidentally shut of Internet access across all of Syria.)