Edward Snowden is hosting a livestream to discuss privacy and Donald Trump. Reuters/Andrew Kelly

The world’s most notorious whistleblower, Edward Snowden, is set to host a livestream on Donald Trump, privacy under a Trump administration along with questions relating to technology, security and more. Snowden is partnering with StartPage, a Dutch search engine.

“ The world’s most famous whistleblower is here to address questions about how the US Election results will affect your privacy and his pardon, as well as other questions submitted via social media,” StartPage said in a statement.

The Edward Snowden Privacy and Donald Trump livestream begins at 4:30 p.m. EST. You can watch the Snowden livestream below.

“Edward Snowden’s revelations about government spying and mass data collection are of crucial importance to our society, but he had to sacrifice his free life for it,” said Robert Beens, CEO of StartPage, in a news release. “We are proud to honor his service and help bring his privacy message to the world.”

According to StartPage the feed is broadcast from Snowden in Russia and is patched into StartPage’s live audience “ via satellite transmission from Moscow.”

Snowden has given brief statements and tweets since Trump’s win over Hillary Clinton on Election Day but is expected to reveal much more of his thoughts during Thurday's livestream.