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DOJ files lawsuit against Edward Snowden

The Justice Department said Snowden published his book, “Permanent Record,” without submitting it to intelligence agencies for review, adding that speeches given by Snowden also violated nondisclosure agreements.

The United States is seeking all proceeds earned by Snowden for the book, the Justice Department said.

(Production: Paul Warren, Eleanor Whalley)

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