The Guardian's Glenn Greenwald appeared on ABC's "This Week" on Sunday and told host George Stephanopoulos that the public should expect more revelations from him.
Last week, Greenwald broke the bombshell story about the NSA collecting phone data from millions of Verizon customers. Additional stories on major government surveillance programs followed, including news about the NSA program called Prism
that allows officials to collect material from some of the country's
largest Internet companies (including AOL, HuffPost's parent company).
On Sunday, Greenwald published another story about an NSA datamining tool used for global surveillance called Boundless Informant.
"Should we be expecting more revelations from you?" Stephanopoulos asked Greenwald.
"You should," he said. (Continues)