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Ellison Interview / NSA Surveillance #1051139

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 13, 2013
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) NSA leaker Edward Snowden’s remarks in a "New York Times" interview about his collaboration with a reporter quoted.

(No location given: Charlie Rose) Interview held with Oracle CEO Larry Ellison about the NSA surveillance program and privacy in the age of the Internet. [ELLISON – says if we don’t like what the NSA is doing we get rid of the government and put in a new government; wonders whoever heard of this information being misused by the government; asserts what the NSA is doing is essential; describes when it would become alarming to him.]

Pelley, Scott;
Rose, Charlie

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