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National Security vs. Privacy / Bergman Interview #774718

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 17, 2004
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(Studio: Miles O'Brien) An excerpt from "Someone's Watching," a new documentary on the Discovery Times Channel, introduced. The issue of national security versus privacy as raised in the intelligence bill examined; details given about the job of list brokers, who buy names from prescription drug users from data base companies & sell them to lawyers. [Canandaigua, New York, woman Sue KASZYNSKI†- worries about her privacy being invaded.]

(Studio: Miles O'Brien) Live in-studio interview held with documentary producer/reporter Lowell Bergman. [BERGMAN - says the private sector knows how to find public & medical information & sell it; explains how signals out there can be tracked from the street using wireless technology to find information about people; states the need for a national debate because restrictions were thrown out after September 11.]

O'Brien, Miles

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