Jan 142014
 
 January 14, 2014  Surveillance

Conor Friedersdorf reports:

Domestic spying has been the understandable focus of U.S. citizens and policymakers as Edward Snowden’s disclosures about the NSA made international headlines. But the leaks have given us a fuller understanding of foreign surveillance too. Abroad, the NSA operates with less oversight and fewer legal constraints. Is it behaving in accordance with America’s interests and values? For the first time, Americans have the ability to make an informed judgment.

Read more on The Atlantic.

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