Hundreds turned out to rally in support of Edward Snowden in Hong Kong, the city he claims was a target of NSA spying. In a local newspaper, Snowden has alleged that hundreds of NSA hacking operations focused on Hong Kong and mainland China, while a group of Chinese lawmakers demand to know how the U.S. hacked into Chinese computers. Seth Doane reports.
Hundreds turnout to support Edward Snowden in Hong Kong
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