May 14, 2007 | By Hugh D'Andrade

PBS?s Frontline Covers NSA Spying

On Tuesday night, PBS?s Frontline will air a new documentary on the expansion of government surveillance powers, called ?Spying on the Home Front.? From the "Total Information Awareness" project to the president's massive domestic spying program and beyond, the documentary explores the many ways in which innocent Americans' rights are at risk. EFF Legal Director Cindy Cohn also appears in the documentary, discussing EFF?s ongoing case against AT&T for its illegal collaboration with the NSA.

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Frontline airs Tuesdays, 9:00pm Eastern on PBS. "Spying on the Home Front" will also be available for online viewing on the Frontline website.

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