NSA surveillance programs ‘no laughing matter’ for US, reporter says
U.S. citizens learned last week from reporting by The Guardian newspaper that for the better part of the last decade the U.S. government has been spying on millions of citizens who are not suspected of terrorism.
Host Jamila Bey spoke with reporter Ed Brayton and security and civil liberties investigative journalist Marcy Wheeler to discuss the two known programs which let have allowed the government to look in to private phone and computer records.
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