2013-12-05 19:52:53

Jeremy Scahill on NSA Leaks & New Investigative Reporting Venture

Six months ago today, Glenn Greenwald published his first article about Edward Snowden's leaks from the National Security Agency in The Guardian newspaper. British police are now examining whether Guardian staff should be investigated for terrorism offenses over their handling of data leaked by Snowden. Jeremy Scahill talks about the "war on journalism" around the world and his work to launch a new media venture with Greenwald, filmmaker Laura Poitras and eBay founder Pierre Omidyar.

Ebay Edward Snowden Glenn Greenwald Investigative Journalism Jeremy Scahill Laura Poitras Leaked Documents National Security Agency (NSA)

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