March 10, 2008 | By Richard Esguerra

Bloggers Respond to WSJ's NSA Surveillance Article

Bloggers have already begun tackling the Wall Street Journal's "omnibus" article about expansive domestic surveillance by the National Security Agency (NSA). While many posts are providing large excerpts thanks to the Wall Street Journal's onerous paywall (which actually seems to be disabled for the story at the time of this writing), bloggers are reaching similar conclusions:


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