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What's Worse, Illegally Spying on Americans or Talking About It?

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What's Worse, Illegally Spying on Americans or Talking About It?

In March, 2006, Mark Klein, a retired A.T.&T. employee, gave a sworn statement to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which was filing a lawsuit against the company, describing a secret room in San Francisco where powerful Narus computers appeared to be sorting and copying all of the telecom's Internet traffic--both foreign and domestic...

Tuesday, May 17, 2011
The Atlantic
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