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The unconstitutionality of the NSA

The unconstitutionality of the NSA

06/30/14 12:59PM

In his closing arguments for MSNBC's Great Debate, Jeffrey Rosen explains why the NSA is necessary if "constrained" and a choice between privacy and security shouldn't have to be made. watch

Was privacy compromised?

Was privacy compromised?

06/30/14 12:40PM

Gen. Keith Alexander and Jeffrey Rosen talk about the role of the NSA, privacy rights and the prevention of terrorist attacks. Mickey Edwards, Jane Harman, Anthony Romero and Neal Katyal  also join the discussion. watch

Measuring Edward Snowden's impact

Measuring Edward Snowden's impact

06/30/14 12:31PM

Neal Katyal explains why Edward Snowden's actions have made the intelligence community "more tight-knit and closed." Gen. Keith Alexander and Anthony Romero join to share their thoughts. watch

Snowden and the role of Congress

Snowden and the role of Congress

06/30/14 12:23PM

Why didn't Edward Snowden go to Congress before leaking NSA documents? Why hasn't he returned to America? Anthony Romero, Jane Harman and Neal Katyal debate. watch

Snowden's revelations: Good for US or not?

Snowden's revelations: Good for US or not?

06/30/14 12:08PM

The Great Debate: Former NSA Director Gen. Keith Alexander discusses the harm former CIA employee Edward Snowden caused when he leaked information about the NSA's surveillance program. The ACLU's Anthony Romero argues Snowden is a patriot. watch

Does the NSA make us safer?

06/27/14 01:12PM

Last year, revelations by Edward Snowden shed light on the NSA’s surveillance. Since then, the country has engaged in a vigorous debate about privacy rights in read more

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