European Intelligence Agencies Not Surprised by NSA Surveillance

The World

Thames House is the headquarters of the UK Security Service, commonly known as MI5 (Photo: Wiki Commons)

President Obama has appeared on the defensive when talking about recently revealed NSA surveillance programs as he tours Europe. But investigative reporter Sebastian Rotella of ProPublica tells anchor Marco Werman that European intelligence agencies are not at all surprised by the revelations, since they've made use of US intelligence gathering for the past decade.