Beware of the cloud, beware of Big Brother. Celebrities aren't the only ones at risk for having their naked pictures leaked because FYI, the government has a growing stockpile of everyone's nudes! The infamous NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden sat down with comedian John Oliver on Sunday's Last Week Tonight to discuss the ongoing invasion of privacy almost two years after he exposed U.S. government surveillance programs by leaking classified documents.
"The good news is that there's no program named the 'dick pic' program. The bad news... they are still collecting everybody's information, including your dick pics," Snowden said in the interview. "If you have your email somewhere like Gmail hosted on a server overseas or transferred overseas or anytime it crosses outside the borders of the United States, your junk ends up in the database."
Oliver traveled all the way to Moscow to interview Snowden, where he escaped since being charged with espionage.
"I do miss my country. I do miss my home. I do miss my family," Snowden said.
In a conversation that was sometimes intense, Snowden explains "PRISM", the program that collects data from companies like Google, Facebook, and Apple among others.
"PRISM is how they pull your junk out of Google, without Google's involvement," he said. "I guess I never thought about putting it in the context of your junk."
But even with the invasion of privacy, Snowden believes you should just keep calm and carry on.
"You shouldn't change your behavior because of a government agency somewhere that's doing the wrong thing," Snowden said. "If you sacrifice your values because you're afraid, you don't care about those values very much."
Despite being on a comedic late-night talk show, he leaves us with a very serious message.
"I did this to give the American people a chance to decide for themselves the kind of government they want to have. That is a conversation that I think the American people deserve to decide."
Check out the full interview in the video above.