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The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has asked a federal appeals court in a brief filed Tuesday to bar the National Security Agency (NSA) from bulk collection of phone records. “This dragnet surveillance program should never have been launched, and it should certainly be terminated now,” Jameel Jaffer, deputy legal director of the ACLU, said […]

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All of the documents detailing the National Security Agencys various surveillance programs released since The Guardian first broke the story back in June are now searchable in a database, the American Civil Liberties Union announced today. Now, with newfound access to these records, we can educate ourselves about the true nature and scope of government surveillance […]

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NSA leaker Edward Snowden will be calling into SXSW Interactive for an interview later today, and youll be able to watch the conversation live as it happens. The interview will be streaming over at The Texas Tribunes website, and those who miss it will be able to watch the replay afterward courtesy of the American […]

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