Obama Defends Surveillance As “Trade-Off” For Security

Reuters.com- June 7, 2013

President Barack Obama on Friday staunchly defended the sweeping U.S. government surveillance of Americans’ phone and internet activity, calling it a “modest encroachment” on privacy that was necessary to defend the United States from attack.

Where’s the balance? The debate burns hotter
On the “security/privacy” teeter-totter.

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