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From the Vault: NSA Domestic Surveillance

Clip: Season 2013 | 5m 52s

With recent revelations about the National Security Agency's expansive data-collection efforts, we look in our vault to May 12, 2006, when our panelists discussed the fallout over a secret NSA program that tracked millions of phone calls during the Bush administration. The discussion highlights an historic debate over how far the government should go in surveillance of Americans.

Aired: 06/10/13

Rating: NR

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