Jul 262013
 
 July 26, 2013  Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

Paul Lewis reports:

Congress will hear testimony from critics of the National Security Agency’s surveillance practices for the first time since the whistleblower Edward Snowden’s explosive leaks were made public.

Democrat congressman Alan Grayson, who is leading a bipartisan group of congressman organising the hearing, told the Guardian it would serve to counter the “constant misleading information” from the intelligence community.

Read more on The Guardian.

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