Episode

12/18 Emily Bazelon: Judge Rules Against NSA Snooping

December 18, 2013

Slate contributing writer Emily Bazelon explains Judge Richard Leon’s ruling against the NSA’s metadata collection, why the government has not been able to prove that its methods are essential for thwarting terrorists, how ordering pizza from Dominos explains the NSA’s mass over reach, the issue of standing, will Judge Leon’s ruling lead to Congressional and NSA reform? And does this finally fully establish Edward Snowden as a whistleblower?

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