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'Reform bill' would codify ability of NSA to spy on Americans, critics say

EFF activist Trevor Timm noted in a blog post that the bill's backers really aim "paint a veneer of transparency over still deeply secret programs."

The bill does nothing "to stop NSA from weakening entire encryption systems, it does nothing to stop them from hacking into the communications links of Google and Yahoo's data centers, and it does nothing to reform the PRISM Internet surveillance program," Timm noted.

Thursday, October 31, 2013

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