Tech giants say government surveillance going too far
Friday, 14 August 2020
Facebook, Google, Yahoo and others said in an open letter to the president and Congress that the National Security Agency's surveillance program "undermines the freedoms we all cherish." Bob Orr reports on ways the tech companies are fighting back against government surveillance.
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