A look at the role of the National Security Agency in analyzing domestic cell phone, email, Internet, banking and travel records and an update on the debate in Congress over the reauthorization of domestic spying powers.

Guests

  • Marc Rotenberg Executive director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center and professor of information technology law at Georgetown University Law Center
  • H. Bryan Cunningham Attorney; former deputy legal adviser to the National Security Council, legal advisor to the CIA, and federal prosecutor.
  • Siobhan Gorman Intelligence and Homeland Security Correspondent, Wall Street Journal

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