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Obama Administration Wiretaps Associated Press Reporters, Seeks New Rules to Make Internet Surveillance Easier

Between The Lines’ Scott Harris spoke with Mark Jaycox, policy analyst and legislative assistant with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, who expresses the concern of many civil liberties advocates about this instance of government surveillance of news organizations – and the Obama administration’s plan to overhaul the federal surveillance law, known as the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act or CALEA, to make it easier for law enforcement to tap Internet communications.

Wednesday, May 15, 2013
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