Published on Jul 3, 2013
The name Edward Snowden has become infamous due to an article released by The Guardian about the National Security Agency's spy program known as Prism. Snowden exposed how the surveillance system monitored Internet communications for millions of Americans and gathered the metadata on all phone calls in the US and now many are questioning the right to a free and open press. Many believe that Glenn Greenwald's story could change way journalists do their jobs. Craig Aaron, president and CEO of Free Press, weighs in.
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