2013 Year in Review, NSA Surveillance
This was the third of five year-in-review programs aired the last full week of 2013.
Guests talked about the disclosure of domestic surveillance activities by the National Security Agency (NSA) in 2013, and the impact these revelations may have in 2014. The program featured portions of C-SPAN programs on the NSA.
This was the third of five year-in-review programs aired the last full week of 2013. close
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Mark Mazzetti Correspondent New York Times
Bill Scanlan Host C-SPAN
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