The NSA's surveillance capacity is so vast it's scaring foreign clients away from America's technology industry. We hear what that means for the economy — and what it takes for an individual American to put blinders on government, private companies and potential criminals. Also, the Crimea overshadows the G-7 meeting in The Hague, and one killing leads to 529 death sentences in Egypt. It's part of the crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood.
Banner image: Mark Zuckerberg, one of the tech giants who has complained to President Obama about the NSA's massive surveillance capacity. Photo: Silverisdead