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America accused of spying on millions of emails

June 18, 2009

American intelligence agencies have been accused of spying on the emails of millions of Americans, including those of former president Bill Clinton...

"Ordinary Americans' most private emails have been and still are being intercepted in bulk and then stored in secret NSA databases, without probable cause," said Kevin Bankston, a lawyer with the campaign group Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Thursday, June 18, 2009
Guardian UK
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