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.

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  1. Glenn Greenwald first reported the phone records seizure in the Guardian:
  2. Former Vice-President Al Gore was one of the first to voice his outrage on Twitter:
  3. NSA Secretly Storing Verizon Calls: Report - White House Calls Program 'Critcal'
  4. The Takeaway interviewed James Bamford, one of the country's leading authorities on the NSA
  5. Graham discusses Susan Rice and NSA with Fox News Channel Fox and Friends
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