March 16, 2007 | By Danny O'Brien

Line Noise's Time in the Sunshine

Line Noise, EFF's occasional podcast, is back with a new edition for Sunshine Week. David Sobel, EFF Senior Attorney and director of our FLAG project, talks about uncovering the secrets behind National Security Letters, government datamining, and exactly how big the FBI's file on the CIA is.

You can download this edition of Line Noise directly in player-friendly MP3 or patent-friendly Ogg Vorbis formats. Alternatively, cut and paste these links into your podcast aggregator to download new Line Noise programs as they appear:

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