Big Brother National Security Agency Edward Snowden

The White House is urging congress to block a bill that aims to block blanket surveillance of phone records by the United States' National Security Agency. VoR talks to John Owens, Professor of United States Government and Politics at the University of Westminster. The Obama administration has called for House members to vote against a measure from Republican Representative Justin Amash that would limit NSA surveillance of millions of Americans, following the revelations by Edward Snowden, the ex-CIA whistle blower. Amash's measure, which is part of the defence department funding bill, will be debated on Wednesday. Whistle blower Snowden granted temporary access to Russia

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