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  • Major SCOTUS rulings on media, privacy

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  • Inside the Mind of Edward Snowden, part 2

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  • Inside the Mind of Edward Snowden, part 1

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  • Inside the Mind of Edward Snowden, part 3

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  • Inside the Mind of Edward Snowden, part 4

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  • Inside the Mind of Edward Snowden, part 5

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  • Inside the Mind of Edward Snowden, part 6

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  • Snowden’s impact on national security

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  • Chinese officials charged with espionage

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  • No place to hide

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Decision rejects NSA program justification

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A federal appeals court says the NSA’s bulk collection of Americans’ phone records is excessive and illegal though they are allowing the program to continue temporarily. The court says it has concerns about the fine line between national security and privacy and it is asking Congress to step in.