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Edward Snowden responds to phone spying investigation, lays out hopes for reforms

24
Jan
2014

A week after President Obamas speech on US surveillance policy, Edward Snowden says he believes theres hope for reforming the US intelligence system, but returning to see those changes would be not possible under current laws. Today, Snowden held a rare live question-and-answer session through his legal defense foundations site, taking Twitter users inquiries on surveillance policy, whistleblower protections, and a recently-released government oversight report that found the NSAs bulk metadata collection illegal and not helpful in preventing terrorism.

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