Brazil's Rousseff: Alleged U.S. Spying an `Affront'
Sept. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff speaks about alleged U.S. spying on her government and citizens. Rousseff, speaking before the United Nations General Assembly, also discusses global cyber security and the efforts by Brazil to overcome poverty. (Video courtesy of United Nations. Source: Bloomberg)
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