The New York Times unveiled some findings about a major surveillance operation by the Food and Drug Administration of its own employees. In fact the Times paints an in-depth picture of the length FDA officials went to to monitor its employees' communication on every level. The FDA says it was in response to employees suspected of leaking confidential information about the safety and design of medical devices. Employees have filed a lawsuit over the issue. To talk more about this all, RT's
Kristine Frazao is joined by Jesselyn Radack, of the National Security and Human Rights and Government Accountability Project.
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