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Alexandra Bruce
August 5, 2015

This Brazilian TV report about the Snowden documents, which revealed that the President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff was the target NSA espionage, details some of the many NSA surveillance programs and it includes an interview with Glenn Greenwald, who shows a good command of the Portuguese language, while at same time demolishing it, the way only an American can (it’s a very difficult language to master, so I’ll give him an A-).

The report highlights that the NSA dragnet surveillance is much less directed at terrorist threats than it is about industrial espionage and it gives a much more in-depth report of the content of the leaks and its targets than any program that I’ve seen broadcast in the US.

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