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Lawsuit Demands Info on Rule That Permits NSA to Spy on the Whole World

Jon Queally @ Common Dreams - Privacy advocates and a prominent civil liberties group sued the U.S. government on Monday, demanding disclosure of how key spy agencies and the executive branch interpret and execute legal authorities that govern a vast foreign electronic surveillance program that also sweeps up the communication data of millions of Americans each year.  Read more.

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