Jane Mayer, a staff writer at The New Yorker and author of "The Dark Side: The Inside Story of How The War on Terror Turned into a War on American Ideals," speaks with us about this recent news on the Thomas Drake case.
Germany is conducting its first census since becoming a unified country. But many Germans remember the bad old days, and they're suspicious of a government collecting information on them. Shant Shahrigian has the story from Bonn.
Sony has warned users of its PlayStation Network that their personal information, including credit card details, may have been stolen. Access to the network was suspended last Wednesday, but Sony has only now revealed details. Clark Boyd has more.
The hacking of the Playstation Network raises concerns about broader security issues for networked gaming consoles. Anchor Marco Werman discusses this with Beth Jones, a senior threat researcher at Sophos, a computer security firm for businesses.
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