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NSA Spying Could Prove Costly for Silicon Valley Firms


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A group of protesters speak out against the NSA's collection of telephone conversations and emails in San Francisco in August, 2013.
Deborah Svoboda/KQED
A group of protesters speak out against the NSA's collection of telephone conversations and emails in San Francisco in August, 2013.

Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden's revelations about government surveillance have already shaken up the U.S. intelligence and foreign policy establishments. Now, the leaks may also be affecting Silicon Valley's bottom line. Technology companies have reported losing contracts due to clients' concerns over entrusting their data to U.S. firms. How big a hit will tech take?

Host: Mina Kim

Guests:

  • Claire Cain Miller, domestic correspondent for The New York Times

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