Edward Snowden has some time on his hands in Russia, you know, being a fugitive a fugitive and all.

The man, who is routinely releasing information that reveals just how much the U.S. government is spying on its citizens and the rest of the world, has found a side gig for when he isn't taking down the NSA: he's now working tech support at a "major" Russian website, according to his lawyer, Anatoly Kucherena. They haven't released what website or what duties he'll be performing, but tech support is what the role is primarily being sold as. One of Russia's biggest websites, which is billed as the country's Facebook, is VK. They offered a job to Snowden back in August, but that's only one of many job offers Snowden has received during his asylum in the country. So, there's no telling where he is. Hey, the dude has to make a living somehow, so computers are naturally going to be a fit for him. If it's a regular fulltime 9 to 5 job, this might be the only period of his day that he'll be able to get some type of normalcy again.

[via The Verge]