Wikileaks: U.S. Recorded Conversations in Two Countries

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For almost a year now documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden have exposed a series of massive U.S. spying programs. The news media around the world including CCTV have covered these stories extensively, but details of one of these NSA spying programs is causing some to ask how far is too far in revealing details of covert activities.

CCTV’s Jim Spellman reports the story behind this controversy.

Wikileaks Says NSA Recorded Conversations in Two Countries

Wikileaks Says NSA Recorded Conversations in Two Countries

For almost a year now documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden have exposed a series of massive US spying programs. The news media around the world including CCTV have covered these stories extensively, but details of one of these NSA spying programs is causing some to ask how far is too far in revealing details of covert activities. CCTV's Jim Spellman reports the story behind this controversy.

The discussions on whether to release the name of the country took place at Wikileaks up until the moment Julian Assange posted it on the Wikileaks website. Anand Naidoo– host of CCTV’s “The Heat”– talks exclusively with a Wikileaks representative about its decision.

Wikileaks Leaks the Name of Second Target Country

Wikileaks Leaks the Name of Second Target Country

The discussions on whether to release the name of the country took place at Wikileaks up until the moment Julian Assange posted it on the Wikileaks website. Anand Naidoo-- host of CCTV's "The Heat"-- talks exclusively with a Wikileaks representative about its decision