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Barack Obama Speech Re: NSA Reforms #1058533

AJAM Special for Friday, Jan 17, 2014

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  • Live Al Jazeera America coverage and analysis of President Barack Obama's speech at the Justice Department in Washington, DC re: his recommendations for reforms to the National Security Agency's data collection policies.
  • Analysis includes the participation of Electronic Privacy Information Center Domestic Surveillance Project Director Amie Stepanovich, and taped segments with David Shuster (Al Jazeera America), President Obama, whistle blower Edward Snowden, Jacob Ward (Al Jazeera America), Nicole Ozer of the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California, and Steven Weber of the University of California Berkeley School of Information.
  • Reporter(s):
    Viqueira, Mike;
    Shuster, David
    Duration:
    01:23:00

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