NSA phone records seizure reignites debate over security versus privacy
The disclosure that the National Security Agency (NSA) in the United States has been secretly collecting a massive amount of phone records from Verizon is reigniting the debate over what the right balance is between privacy and government efforts to uncover possible terrorist threats.
- Glenn Greenwald first reported the phone records seizure in the Guardian:
- Former Vice-President Al Gore was one of the first to voice his outrage on Twitter:
- The Takeaway interviewed James Bamford, one of the country's leading authorities on the NSA
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