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Privacy vs. Security Debate, Supreme Court Decisions & 2016

06/04/2015 | 21m 57s | Video has closed captioning.

Congress passed the USA Freedom Act which overhauls the way U.S. intelligence agencies can monitor phone records. Meanwhile, nearly 4 million federal government had personal information stolen in a widespread attack U.S. officials are blaming on China. On the 2016 campaign trail, four new candidates threw their hats in the ring this week.

Aired: 06/04/15

Rating: NR

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