Glenn Greenwald On Privacy In The Post-Snowden Age
Edward Snowden changed the way the world looks at privacy. In 2013 the former NSA contractor shared classified information about government data collection with journalist Glenn Greenwald, who won a Pulitzer Prize for the Guardian newspaper with his reporting on the leaks.
KJZZ’s Jimmy Jenkins spoke with Greenwald about how the public’s conception of privacy has changed since the initial leak. Greenwald will speak at the University of Arizona Friday evening with Noam Chomsky and Edward Snowden.