On Tuesday, Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey interviewed CIA whistleblower Edward Snowden on Twitter’s live streaming app Periscope.

During the interview, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey asked Snowden, “What would you like to see us do? What would you like to see us improve?”

Snowden said he would like to see the following product changes:

Twitter is known for limiting messages to 140 characters, but Snowden said he would like the service to expand beyond that limit. Snowden said he found it frustrating that when adding pictures to a tweet, users lost 22 characters.

Snowden also suggested Twitter should introduce a service like Facebook Instant Articles, where text is uploaded to the network. Currently, Twitter users are directed to third-party web pages when they click on an article.

Like Kim Kardashian, Snowden requested Twitter to introduce the ability to edit tweets.

"There’s a lot of controversy about editing tweets. The risks I do understand," Snowden said. He then shared an example that if a tweet is heavily shared and added to people's timelines and then edited it would "upset a lot of people."

"But surely there are ways around this," Snowden said. "Oh, I made a typo. Oh, that wasn’t exactly what I wanted to say. Wanting to be a little more careful, or clear, I think those are all things that would provide a lot of value."

If you missed Dorsey’s interview with Snowden, you can watch it here.