By Telegraph Video, Video source: Amnesty International
6:35PM BST 02 Jun 2015
Watch as Edward Snowden answers questions from a British audience via video link at an Amnesty International event tonight.
The former NSA contractor was granted a three-year residence permit in Russia in 2014, a year after he sensationally leaked top-secret documents on mass surveillance in the US and worldwide.
Snowden is expected to appear on screen before an audience at Amnesty’s London headquarters.
He will answer questions about his whistleblowing and the ramifications of the leaks.
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People following the live-stream can ask questions to Snowden by tweeting @AmnestyUK using the has tag #AskSnowden.
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