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The VICE Podcast Show - Chris Soghoian on NSA Leaks and the Paradox of Privacy

A few years ago, FBI agents busted through Chris Soghoian's front door, ransacked his house, and confiscated his computers. Why would this happen to a mild-mannered techie guy with no history of criminal activity? Because Chris had made an ingenious...

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The VICE Podcast Show is a weekly discussion which delves inside the minds of some of the most interesting, creative, and bizarre people within the VICE universe. This week, we speak with Christopher Soghoian, a former boarding-pass hacker and FBI person of interest who is now principal technologist of the Speech, Privacy, and Technology project at the American Civil Liberties Union. Focusing on the NSA and the FBI, Soghoian discusses the worldwide development of privacy.


Here is just the audio from this week's podcast:

Previously on the podcast we spoke with the Nation's Jeremy Scahill about the film Dirty Wars and national security.

More about online security:

Hello, NSA

A Chat with Some Immoral Hackers Who Don't Care About Your Feelings

Why Is Barrett Brown Facing 100 Years in Prison?