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PBS NEWSHOUR

Surveillance Court Can't Stop NSA from Violating Privacy

  • Aired: 08/16/2013
  • 06:33
  • Rating: NR
A new report from the Washington Post revealed the National Security Agency has violated privacy rules 'thousands of times' each year since 2008. In a follow up, chief judge Reggie Walton told the Post the FISA court isn't able to verify when the NSA oversteps its authority. Margaret Warner speaks with Carol Leonnig of the Post.
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