Published on Aug 30, 2013
Thanks to recent revelations, we now know that NSA agents have been illegally using their surveillance powers to monitor their spouses’ and other romantic interests’ electronic communications. Will this new information put an end to the widespread “I don’t have anything to hide” defense of NSA spying? If not, what will it take to convince more Americans to take an interest in defending their civil liberties against the encroachments of the growing surveillance state?
Our panel discusses these and other critical topics in the struggle to win back Americans’ privacy from intrusive government spying.