Fresh off the heels of President Barack Obama's speech last week when he announced new limitations to the NSA's power, the whistleblower himself, Edward Snowden, will be giving a live Q&A session tomorrow to offer his opinion on the matter.

Snowden leaked thousands of secretive NSA documents last year to the UK newspaper, The Guardian, which spurred calls for security reform after it was revealed that the NSA gathered call metadata from citizens and people around the world. Having left the country before the leaks were published, Snowden has kept a low profile living in Russia while in exile. 

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange called Obama's speech last week "embarrassing." Snowden is expected to give his take on Obama's new measures in the hour long session tomorrow at at 12:00 p.m. PT. People who want to ask Snowden questions can use the Twitter hashtag #AskSnowden.

Hopefully the trolling will be down to a minimum.

[via The Verge]