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New NSA Documents Make Case For Keeping Surveillance Programs Secret

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New NSA Documents Make Case For Keeping Surveillance Programs Secret

The Director of National Intelligence declassified , in which both the Bush and Obama administrations argue that sensitive NSA programs should be kept secret.

The administration declassified the documents under a court order related to filed the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Saturday, December 21, 2013
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