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Telecom Lobbying Records

EFF has filed suits against the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Department of Justice demanding any information about telecommunications companies' efforts to get off the hook for their role in the government's illegal electronic surveillance of millions of ordinary Americans. EFF's suits ask for the immediate disclosure of the agencies' telecom lobbying records including any documents concerning briefings discussions or other contacts officials have had with representatives of telecommunications companies or members of Congress.

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