CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 17, 2014
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(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.]
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