AUSTIN (KXAN) — Edward Snowden spoke again at SXSW, but this time, only a few people knew about it. Last year, the National Security Agency whistleblower spoke via satellite from Russia. Snowden made headlines for exposing the government’s surveillance methods.
This year — again by remote — he gave a handful of SXSW attendees a Q&A session. According to The Verge, during Sunday’s session Snowden called on companies to adopt technology that could block surveillance or make it more difficult.