CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 30, 2013
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(Washington: Bob Orr) The leaking of government secrets by low-level employees examined in light of the cases involving Army Pvt. Bradley Manning and former NSA contract worker Edward Snowden; details given about the pressure among intelligence agencies to share more classified information after the 9/11 attacks and the new “two-person rule,” under which systems administrators like Snowden will no longer work alone. [Former counterintelligence official Joel BRENNER- claims we put too many people in the loop.]
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