*Moderated by Leonard Downie, Jr, ASU Walter Cronkite School of Journalism
How did The Guardian, The Washington Post and The New York Times explore the NSA revelations and investigate other government and commercial surveillance? How did they deal with the U.S. and British governments? How did their journalists safeguard their work from digital intrusion? Are other investigative journalists vulnerable to surveillance – even from local cops? What can they do about it? Leading editors, reporters and press freedom advocates describe how to do accountability journalism in a surveillance society.