Protestors in Hong Kong show their support for former National Security Agency employee and whitsleblower, Edward Snowden.
Protestors are angry after finding out the nsa supposedly hacked into computers in Hong Kong and China. Snowden is in Hong Kong, after exposing the agency's massive wiretapping program of phone calls and social media activity.
"He had insider knowledge of these surveillance programs, and i think at a great personal risk he was willing to expose this to the world," said protestor, Drew Gibson.
Back here at home, many call Snowden a traitor for exposing the agency's program.