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VIDEO TIMELINE: “You’re Being Watched” Democracy Now! Reports on Snowden & NSA’s Surveillance State

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Use this new video timeline to see all of our coverage of whistleblower Edward Snowden and his exposure of the NSA’s massive surveillance state, featuring extensive interviews with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Glenn Greenwald. This timeline begins in June 2013, but Democracy Now! was on the story as early as April 2012, when we spoke with NSA whistleblower William Binney, who estimated the NSA had assembled 20 trillion transactions — phone calls, emails and other forms of data — from Americans.

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