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David Sanger, National Security correspondent for the New York Times, discusses the limits on the NSA proposed by The Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies.
Specifically I want to know if anyone makes money from spying?
I would like to ask your guest about the money trail here. What private corporations benefit when the government spies on us? I imagine contracts have been issued for development of these technologies. Were they lobbied for like energy and agriculture?
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