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June 12th, 2013
09:33 PM ET

Is critical information getting lost in the shuffle?

The director of the National Security Agency told a Senate hearing the government's secret surveillance program helped stop "dozens" of potential terror acts.

NSA Director General Keith Alexander went on to say any collected phone records are deleted after five years.

Does the government have so much data that critical information is slipping through the cracks?

OutFront tonight: Phil Mudd, former Deputy Director of National Security at the FBI and Mark Hosenball, Senior National Security Correspondent for Reuters.


Filed under: Cyber Security • National Security • Terrorism
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