Snowden's restrictions on freedom of speech were not intended.

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Central tip: when asked about the human rights situation in Russia, where he lived for two years, and in particular the Russian authorities' control over the Internet, Mr. Snowden was pessimistic. "It's disappointing, it's irritating," he said. Us Edward snowden criticized Russia's restrictions on freedom of expression on September 4, according to foreign media reports on September 7. He took refuge in Russia for two years and said, "he never wanted to go there." Snowden, a former nsa contractor, is wanted for exposing the country's massive surveillance program, AFP reported on Friday. Snowden was awarded the "bjornsson freedom of speech award" in Norway on May 5, and he delivered his acceptance speech via video. Asked about the human rights situation in Russia, where he has lived for two years, and in particular the Russian authorities' control over the Internet, Mr. Snowden was pessimistic. "It's disappointing, it's irritating," he said. Snowdon said: "the Russian government was determined to control the Internet, more and more internal controls people see things, including some aspects of their lives, to one person to another person what way to express love is right and what is not, this is fundamentally wrong, not only is the role of any government should not be." Mr. Snowden cautioned that he did not choose to live in Russia: "I never thought about going to Russia. It was never my plan. I'm just passing through Russia, and my destination is Latin America. Unfortunately, my passport was frozen and cancelled by the United States. Snowden left his job in Hawaii in May 2013 to expose the us surveillance program to the guardian newspaper in Hong Kong. He said the departure from Hong Kong to Russia was suggested to him by wikileaks founder Julian assange. "I think his intentions were good. His first consideration was my safety, and he wanted to protect the information in my hands. But for me, the problem is that I don't care about my own safety and self-protection. "I never expected myself to be free," snowden stressed. "I thought I would be in prison." Mr. Snowden criticized all the governments that had ignored him and his supporters, noting that some western European countries include Norway, as well as Latin American countries and Canada. "I asked 21 countries for asylum... They all remain silent, refusing to process applications because they are not made in their own countries. "In fact, Russia is one of the last countries I've applied for asylum."