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    Privacy Rights Advocates Praise NSA Contractor Who Exposed US Surveillance Programi
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    June 10, 2013 11:49 PM
    Some national security advocates are calling for the prosecution of ex-CIA employee Edward Snowden, who leaked details of a top secret U.S. surveillance program. But Snowden’s supporters say he should be protected as a whistleblower for exposing U.S. constitutional violations of civil liberties. VOA's Brian Padden reports

    Privacy Rights Advocates Praise NSA Contractor Who Exposed US Surveillance Program

    Published June 10, 2013

    Some national security advocates are calling for the prosecution of ex-CIA employee Edward Snowden, who leaked details of a top secret U.S. surveillance program. But Snowden’s supporters say he should be protected as a whistleblower for exposing U.S. constitutional violations of civil liberties. VOA's Brian Padden reports


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