In his first interview with a US television network, National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden says he would like to go home.
“I don’t think there’s ever been any question that I’d like to go home,” Snowden told Brian Williams of NBC News. “Now, whether amnesty or clemency ever becomes a possibility is not for me to say. That’s a debate for the public and the government to decide. But, if I could go anywhere in the world, that place would be home.”
A growing number of Americans say personal privacy is more important than being kept safe from terrorists.
A new Associated Press-GfK poll found more than 60 percent of those asked said they value privacy over anti-terror protections.
The do-gooders who are getting their bloomers in a bunch over the fact that the NSA has the capability of monitoring who’s communicating with whom, are spending too much of my time talking about it. Do you really care that there is a record somewhere in government that shows you called your cousin Tuesday night? I don’t!
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Joe Mathieu weighs in on the NSA’s seizing of phone records.
Jon Keller weighs in on the NSA scandal.