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Civil liberties advocates say they have seen a sharp rise in public interest in their causes in recent months after years of lukewarm support.

"For the first time, the public is able to see what's going on behind closed doors and it's changing minds," said Trevor Timm, a staffer with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which has sued the government to obtain secret documents on surveillance.

Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Associated Press

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