Episode

7/25 Glenn Greenwald: The Impact of The NSA Revelations

July 25, 2013

Glenn Greenwald, explained the most important revelations from the NSA spying scandal, why the indiscriminate nature of the data mining is so shocking, why privacy matters to all of us, how the national security state redefines what is a threat regularly, the global impact of the NSA disclosures, the role of private contractors in mass data collection and why Edward Snowden is happy with the results of his whistle blowing.

On The Better Half: Eric Holder says not so fast to Texas’s new anti voting legislation, Ohio woman home is robbed by a bank, new leaks from Pakistan show many civilians killed by drone strikes and your calls and IMs.

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