Protesters demonstrate against alleged NSA surveillance in Germany during a rally in Hannover, Germany, on Saturday.
Yesterday, Edward Snowden's life may have gotten a little more private. He left his temporary in the Moscow airport after finally being granted asylum for one year in Russia.
Since the revelations about the NSA's data gathering program surfaced, there have been plenty of discussions about privacy online. Citizens wonder if they can trust the government or the giant online companies that handle their personal information.
In light of this, Take Two producer Jacob Margolis joins the show to tell us how people are making sure their info stays private.