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NSA Contractor Edward Snowden Is Source of Leak on U.S. Surveillance Programs MP3

Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old NSA contractor, came forward as the whistleblower who revealed the existence of secret government surveillance programs that collect data on millions of phone calls and online communications. Judy Woodruff reports on Snowden's defense of his decision, as well lawmakers' response to the programs. Source: pbs.org

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