19/sept/2012 by RTAmerica
Over the decades, the Internet has facilitated how individuals communicate. From email to video chat, to Facebook and Twitter, expressing your views on the Web comes with a price of privacy. Every time you say or do something online, it makes you subject to being virtually monitored, but that goes for governments as well. Andy Greenberg, author of “This Machine Kills Secrets,” joins us with his take on how whistleblowing has evolved through the decades and how Wikileaks has exposed corruption.