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Obama's First Privacy Chief Backs NSA's Right To Spy - With Reform

Timothy Edgar, President Obama’s first-ever director of privacy and civil liberties for the White House National Security Staff said at Britain’s Parliament today,“We are spying in a transparent world.” Joined by Privacy International’s director Gus Hosein, and British MPs Julian Huppert, David Davis and Chi Onwurah, and hosted by Big Brother Watch, Edgar detailed the rise of the secret surveillance state and its murky legal basis.

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