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 TUC Radio 
 Excerpt from the March 25, 2016, event at the University of Arizona
 Weekly Program
 Edward Snowden, Glen Greenwald
 Maria Gilardin  
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Edward Snowden, Glen Greenwald, and Noam Chomsky were exploring the urgent topic of privacy in todays surveillance state at the event entitled: "Conversation on Privacy".

NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden was participating by video-stream from Russia. The excerpts in this program focus on him and Glen Greenwald. Greenwald is best known as having met with Edward Snowden on his way into exile in Hong Kong in 2013. He received the documents that Snowden had taken in order to prove the extraordinary depth of government spying that Snowden had observed while employed by the CIA and as contractor for the NSA.

Greenwald was a columnist for the British Guardian and is now founding editor of the Intercept and a frequent guest on CNN, MSNBC and Democracy Now.

This program deals with the resurgence of a Free Speech movement, constitutional rights in the age of surveillance, the right and even responsibility to alert the public about wrongdoing, the expansion of powers and privileges the government is claiming; and the point of view that rights to privacy exist to protect the minority against the majority.

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00:29:30 English 2016-03-25
 University of AZ
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