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Snowden, Greenwald urge caution of wider government monitoring at Amnesty event

Supporters of Amnesty International cheer and shoot mobile phone videos as accused government whistleblower Edward Snowden is introduced via teleconference during the Amnesty International Human Rights Conference 2014 in Chicago, April 5, 2014. REUTERS/Frank Polich

Supporters of Amnesty International cheer and shoot mobile phone videos as accused government whistleblower Edward Snowden is introduced via teleconference during the Amnesty International Human Rights Conference 2014 in Chicago, April 5, 2014....more

Supporters of Amnesty International cheer and shoot mobile phone videos as accused government whistleblower Edward Snowden is introduced via teleconference during the Amnesty International Human Rights Conference 2014 in Chicago, April 5, 2014. REUTERS/Frank Polich
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A supporter of Amnesty International shoots a mobile phone video as accused government whistleblower Edward Snowden speaks via teleconference during the Amnesty International Human Rights Conference 2014 in Chicago, April 5, 2014. REUTERS/Frank Polich

A supporter of Amnesty International shoots a mobile phone video as accused government whistleblower Edward Snowden speaks via teleconference during the Amnesty International Human Rights Conference 2014 in Chicago, April 5, 2014. REUTERS/Frank...more

A supporter of Amnesty International shoots a mobile phone video as accused government whistleblower Edward Snowden speaks via teleconference during the Amnesty International Human Rights Conference 2014 in Chicago, April 5, 2014. REUTERS/Frank Polich
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Accused government whistleblower Edward Snowden is introduced to supporters of Amnesty International, via teleconference during the Amnesty International Human Rights Conference 2014 in Chicago, April 5, 2014. REUTERS/Frank Polich

Accused government whistleblower Edward Snowden is introduced to supporters of Amnesty International, via teleconference during the Amnesty International Human Rights Conference 2014 in Chicago, April 5, 2014. REUTERS/Frank Polich

Accused government whistleblower Edward Snowden is introduced to supporters of Amnesty International, via teleconference during the Amnesty International Human Rights Conference 2014 in Chicago, April 5, 2014. REUTERS/Frank Polich
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Accused government whistleblower Edward Snowden speaks via teleconference with journalist and author Glenn Greenwald (inset bottom right) during the Amnesty International Human Rights Conference 2014 in Chicago, April 5, 2014. REUTERS/Frank Polich

Accused government whistleblower Edward Snowden speaks via teleconference with journalist and author Glenn Greenwald (inset bottom right) during the Amnesty International Human Rights Conference 2014 in Chicago, April 5, 2014. REUTERS/Frank Polich

Accused government whistleblower Edward Snowden speaks via teleconference with journalist and author Glenn Greenwald (inset bottom right) during the Amnesty International Human Rights Conference 2014 in Chicago, April 5, 2014. REUTERS/Frank Polich
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