Edward Snowden, the NSA whistleblower on the run, will be speaking at ACLU Hawaii’s First Amendment Conference live via a video link from Moscow, Russia next month.

The Feb. 14 Davis Levin First Amendment Conference will be held at the Hawaii Convention Center. A live conversation with Snowden will follow a 9:30 a.m. screening of the award-winning documentary “Citizenfour,” directed by journalist Laura Poitras, who also works for The Intercept.

Snowden’s attorney, Ben Wizner, will also speak. Wizner is the director of the ACLU Speech, Privacy & Technology Project.

According to the ACLU news release, “Speakers will share their views on whistleblowing, balancing government secrecy in wartime against the public’s right to know, and the possible futures facing free speech in America. Moderated by Aviam Soifer, Dean of the University of Hawai‘i William S. Richardson School of Law.”

This event is planned to be simulcast live on Olelo Community Television, Akakū Maui Community Media and other participating community media stations statewide, according to the ACLU Hawaii chapter.

To see the event schedule and purchase tickets, you can visit the Davis Levin Livingston law firm’s website.

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