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Feature Interview: Snowden in his own words + WikiLeaks researcher Ryan Watts

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    "Totalitarian societies rely on the absolute production and control of
    information." - Ryan Watts

    In part three of our state surveillance series, we have an excerpt from Edward Snowden's interview with the Guardian's Glenn Greenwald followed by a conversation between News Now's Matt Prokopiw and WikiLeaks researcher Ryan Watts. From the Guardian's interview, Snowden reveals the inner workings of the NSA and the moral dilemma that led him to become a whistleblower. Afterwards, Watts speaks on how governments strip privacy rights in the name of national security, the internet as a free public space, and the importance of net neutrality for the future of democracy. Listen to find out why it matters that "even if you're not doing anything wrong, you're being watched and recorded."

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