Man who spilled NSA's secrets asks Russian leader if Moscow spies on its own citizens to the same extent; Putin answers without hesitation
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Popping up via video link during a live televised Q&A session with Russian leader, the man who revealed extent of the NSA's data-gathering asks whether Moscow does the same to its citizens. Putin didn't hesitate to answer.
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