When NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden revealed extensive government surveillance programs in 2013, it sparked a contentious debate about digital privacy and security. This debate reached a critical point when Apple defied an FBI court order to unlock the iPhone belonging to suspected San Bernardino terrorist Syed Farook. Additionally, journalists and activists face growing threats from foreign entities.

To uncover the true extent of government surveillance capabilities and assess whether individuals can safeguard their sensitive data, VICE founder Shane Smith travels to Moscow to interview Edward Snowden, the catalyst behind this global conversation.

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