NSA

Glenn Greenwald, Julian Sanchez, Other Surveillance Critics to Testify in Congress

Greenwald to join via video link

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Critics of the National Security Agency's domestic spying program will appear before Congress on Wednesday in a hearing that should offer a sharp contrast with testimonies from the heads of the U.S. Intelligence community.

In a bipartisan hearing called by Florida Democratic Rep. Alan Grayson, journalist Glenn Greenwald will testify about his reporting on the NSA's domestic spying — disclosed to him by former defense contractor Edward Snowden. Greenwald will appear via video remote from his home in Brazil.