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Frontline: United States of Secrets #1073901

PBS Special for Tuesday, May 20, 2014

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  • The second of a two part examination of the Bush and Obama administrations' use of new surveillance methods following the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001, narrated by Will Lyman (PBS), with "The Guardian" former columnist Glenn Greenwald, Ewen MacAskill of "The Guardian", Sen. Ron Wyden, National Security Agency Director James Clapper, Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes, NSA Director of Compliance John DeLong, author Luke Harding, Barton Gellman of "The Washington Post", President Barack Obama, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, former NSA Director Michael Hayden, NSA Review Group member Richard Clarke, author Tim Wu, Steven Levy of Wired Magazine, Ashkan Soltani of "The Washington Post", Homeland Security Agency former Assistant Secretary Stewart Baker, Google former Global Public Policy Director Andrew McLaughlin, Johns Hopkins University Cryptographer Matthew Green, then President George W Bush, former AT&T technician Mark Klein, University of California Berkeley Center for Law & Technology Director Chris Hoofnagle, author Julia Angwin, NSA former General Counsel Robert Dietz, then Sen. Arlen Specter, then AT&T Chairman Edward Whitacre (Jr), ACLU Principal Technologist Christopher Soghoian, Calyx CEO Nick Merrill, "Wall Street Journal" reporter Jennifer Valentino-Devries, privacy expert Robert Gellman, former California state Sen. Liz Figueroa, and unidentified others.
  • For part one of this program see the 5/13/2014 "Frontline" broadcast.
  • Duration:
    00:56:00

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