Cooping the snooping
Edward Snowden's revelations and the NSA spying scandal have intensified calls for yet another overhaul of the US intelligence apparatus. Yet despite the pressure, Obama's intelligence review panel report only recommended some additional oversight, rather than scrapping the controversial programs entirely. Is the system of checks and balances sufficient to oversee the mighty machinery? Have the exorbitantly funded spy agencies grown too powerful? Oksana is joined by Michael Allen, a White House security veteran and author, to unravel these issues.