This episode uncovers uncovers the secret surveillance methods the government and big business use to watch, monitor and record our every move. Government whistleblowers, Thomas Drake and Jesselyn Radack, reveal how the NSA decided to aggressively monitor Americans' correspondence after 9/11. Documentarian Cullen Hoback explains how the government has partnered with Silicon Valley high-tech companies like Facebook and Yahoo to gather data on every American citizen. Journalist Glenn Greenwald describes his first meeting with former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, who claimed that very few of America's surveillance programs have anything to do with 9/11, terrorism or national security. And former computer hacker Sammy Kamkar explains how someone could watch you from inside your own home. In today's digital age, is the concept of privacy now extinct?