1:29am

Fri December 20, 2013
Politics

Today on Your Call: NSA ruling and the case of the Indian Diplomat

On today's Your Call, it’s our Friday media roundtable. This week, we’ll discuss a federal judge’s ruling that the NSA’s data mining of US citizens’ phone records is unconstitutional. We’ll also talk about the row between India and the US over the arrest of an Indian diplomat in New York City.  We’ll be joined by the Guardian’s Dan Roberts, First Post’s Sandip Roy, and Trevor Timm of the Freedom of Press Foundation.  Where did you see the best reporting this week?  It’s Your Call, with Holly Kernan and you.

Guests:

Sandip Roy, culture editor for Firstpost.com

Dan Roberts, Guardian's Washington Bureau chief

Trevor Timm, co-founder and executive director of Freedom of the Press Foundation

Web Resources:

First Post: Devyani Khobragade’s consular rights don’t include a cut rate nanny
The Guardian: NSA phone surveillance program likely unconstitutional, federal judge rules

EFF: In Historic Ruling, Federal Judge Declares NSA Mass Phone Surveillance is Likely Unconstitutional

Huffington Post: '60 Minutes' Trashed For NSA Piece

The Guardian: Arresting the Indian diplomat was just. She isn't the victim, her maid is

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