Fordham Law

Snowden, Surveillance, and Fixing the NSA

Karen Greenberg on The Brian Lehrer Show (WNYC), August 01, 2013

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Karen Greenberg, head of the Center on National Security at Fordham University discusses what practical changes to our government's surveillance systems that may restore a balance between privacy and security, from more oversight to limiting the number of people who have access to phone and email records. Plus: the latest on Edward Snowden, who has left the Moscow airport and been granted asylum by Russia.