By MANILA CHAN
The National Security Agency collects far more information on American citizens than it does on targeted foreigners, according to documents released by Edward Snowden to The Washington Post. Medical records, resumes, baby photos and intimate pictures were all reportedly scooped up by the agency’s surveillance techniques. In related tech news, Facebook is denying that its emotional manipulation study was funded by the US military. RT’s Manila Chan discusses both the practices of both the NSA and Facebook with journalist Daniel Stuckey, the Government Accountability Project‘s Kathleen McClellan and reporter Kevin Collier.