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09.06.2013

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US whistleblower has no regrets MP3

A 29-year-old contractor who previously worked inside the National Security Agency in the US says he has no regrets about leaking top secret government documents, despite the prospect he could be jailed for decades for the offence. Edward Snowden says he has done nothing wrong in revealing how much data the US government is collecting through its surveillance of phone and internet records. He also says he's now consi... Source: abc.net.au

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