Cindy: Privacy isn’t about the absolute
amount of information that you share with the world. It’s about control. It’s about
your power. Ronald: Have you been stopped from saying
what you think because of the NSA head really? Has your freedom really been infringed? Cindy: I think we should just be clear
on the facts. Ronald: He didn’t overstate the number of
attacks, just saying he overstated it in regards to one program. Cindy: I mean, look, I can pull up the
testimony and … Ronald: Yeah. Speaker 3: Ronald, you can see that point. Ronald: No, of course not. Speaker 3: Today’s topic is the NSA, and what
is the appropriate trade-off between privacy and security.