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How the Justice Department Keeps Its Cell-Phone Snooping a Secret

Society & Culture  (tags: politics, society, police, PRIVACY RIGHTS, NEW TECHNOLOGY, SNOOPING ON CITIZENS, ethics, government, culture, americans, rights, law, news )

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In a move that has alarmed civil-liberties groups and transparency advocates, the Department of Justice has been working with local police departments across the country to squelch public-records requests on controversial cell-phone surveillance technolog

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Past Member (0)
Tuesday June 17, 2014, 3:48 am
There is no privacy anymore.

Lois Jordan (61)
Tuesday June 17, 2014, 8:47 pm
Noted. Thanks so much for posting this very important info, Cal. Everyone should be aware of this, and share it with others. Although there is the crowd who believes that since they're "law abiding" they have nothing to fear. I am part of this crowd, yet I know this can lead to a Pandora's Box. I hope the ACLU's successful in fighting it.

Jonathan Harper (0)
Wednesday June 18, 2014, 11:34 am
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