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Privacy vs. National Security / Snowden #1045664

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 09, 2013
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jan Crawford) The interview held with Edward Snowden, an NSA contract worker who revealed the details of the top-secret government surveillance program, featured; details given about his NSA contracting work for Booz Allen Hamilton in Hawaii and his flight to Hong Kong. [In "The Guardian" interview, SNOWDEN - states he could wiretap anyone up to the president; explains how the system can be used; indicates this is not our place to decide about these programs.] Snowden's hope for asylum in someplace like Iceland noted.

(Studio: Jeff Glor) Live discussion held with security analyst Juan Zarate about privacy and security issues raised by Snowden. [ZARATE - suggests the NSA/government has access to big data with checks on what can be done with the material; states someone going rogue could expose important intelligence; notes the breach is significant.]

Glor, Jeff;
Crawford, Jan

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