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NSA Surveillance / Obama Speech / A Discussion #1058638

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 17, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jim Sciutto) President Obama's message about the surveillance by the NSA, the substantive changes about phone metadata, what he said about NSA leaker Edawrd Snowden, who precipitated this public debate discussed. [OBAMA - outlines what is at stake.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "The Guardian" newspaper's Glenn Greenwald and former Bush chief of staff Andrew Card about Obama's message about NSA data collection. [From Rio de Janeiro, GREENWALD - says many questions about the NSA data have been unanswered; states this collecting of data is spying and an invasion of privacy.] [From Boston, CARD - says Obama protected the ability for a president to have these tools; defends the collection of communications to better protect America; states Snowden is a criminal and should be held accountable with his acts not good for the US.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Sciutto, Jim

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