Why It Matters That the NSA Hacked Angry Birds

Conor Friedersdorf and Edward Lucas debate the value of Snowden's leaks.
 

Have Edward Snowden's leaks done more harm than good? Conor Friedersdorf and Edward Lucas debate this question in light of the revelation that the NSA exploited a security flaw to track players of Angry Birds. While they sharply disagree about the NSA leaks, as seen in the video above, they also managed to find a few areas of common ground. The full debate is posted on Bloggingheads.tv.

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