Salon writer Glenn Greenwald we live in a surveillance state. Is it really inevitable that a surveillance state turns into a police state? Shocking that the NSA collects 1.7 billion communication transmissions everyday

This Monday, Twitter released it’s first ever transparency report. It revealed that just in the first six months of 2012, they’ve received more demands from governments for user data, than all of last year. And surprise, surprise, the United States made up the majority of the 849 requests, with a whopping 679. Alyona talks to Salon’s Glenn Greenwald about the growing surveillance state and what can be done about it.