Glenn Greenwald: Why Collecting Metadata is More Intrusive Than Reading Emails or Listening to Phone Calls + Q&A

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Henrik Alexandersson on Dec 18, 2013

Journalist and keeper of the Snowden files Glenn Greenwald at EP LIBE #EPinquiry 18 December 2013.

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9 thoughts on “Glenn Greenwald: Why Collecting Metadata is More Intrusive Than Reading Emails or Listening to Phone Calls + Q&A

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  8. The NSA, surveillance, are harmless enough, the only reason they have to spy on the individual is they suspect, quiet rightly, there are too many wankers out there, this statistic is not much on the surface but it has a multiplying effect, that is divide this number by eight billion, and the result is an increase in subversive activity that psychologically leads to terrorism.

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