Speaking alongside Ted Talks head Chris Anderson and World Wide Web founder Tim Berners-Lee, U.S. National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden made his second live video appearance at the Ted 2014 conference yesterday.

Appearing onstage as a Beam telepresence robot, Snowden reiterated many points previously touched on during his live SXSW talk, before heavily criticizing Amazon in particular for not implementing site-wide SSL encryption.

You can watch the entire presentation for free and in full below. It’s also available on TED.com.

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