Massive Economic Protests as Brazil Readies for World Cup

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For almost two weeks, more than 100,000 Brazilians have been in the streets of at least five cities in protests that have taken elected leaders by surprise. It's all about high living costs and inadequate public services while billions are being spent for the World Cup and the Olympics. Also, President Obama in Berlin. On Reporter's Notebook, facial recognition is the latest technology to raise questions about Americans' privacy rights. We hear about a biometric you just can't hide.

Banner image: Demonstrators march during one of the many protests around Brazil's major cities in Belem, Para State, June 17, 2013. [The signs read, "Rebel against the increase in transportation". (R) "Sao Paulo is not alone, we're together" (C)] Photo: Paulo Santos/Reuters