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Declassified Docs Show Fight Over Surveillance, Telecom Immunity

EFF IN THE NEWS
March 13, 2008

The Bush administration has released formerly classified documents that show how it is pressing Congress to rewrite surveillance law and immunize telecommunications companies from lawsuits.

What's also interesting about the documents, which were released in response to the Freedom of Information Act on Monday, is how much is redacted. Entire pages have been excised, in one case leaving only two paragraphs visible.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007
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