Sunday: NSA surveillance and the state of privacy in America

Sunday on “Face the Nation” we’ll take a look at NSA surveillance and the state of privacy in America and how new technologies are changing our lives.

 

First, we'll talk about one of the biggest newsmakers of the year: former NSA contractor turned leaker Edward Snowden. We'll hear from Barton Gellman of the Washington Post, one of the reporters that first wrote about Snowden, Jesselyn Radack, a legal adviser to Snowden, and Thomas Drake, a former NSA whistleblower. Plus, we’ll get the other side of the story from the man that once ran the NSA: General Michael Hayden.

 

Looking ahead to 2014 and beyond, we’ll discuss the future of surveillance and technology with Jeffrey Kluger of TIME, James Fallows of The Atlantic, Laura Sydell of NPR and Seth Fletcher of Scientific American.

 

You won’t want to miss this special broadcast of “Face the Nation” – check your local listings.

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