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Sunday, December 16, 2007

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Alex Tolley

"What's extraordinary about this paragraph is not the revelation about the changes in technology, but the tacit acknowledgment in a mainstream newspaper, that the government has been infringing on the privacy of the mainstream population, possibly counter to existing laws, for decades."

Yes, that was the part that drew my attention too. It is quite clear that corporations have been too cooperative with government agencies in allowing constitutionally protected rights to be evaded. It really is about time that the explicit rights of privacy of communications be respected, not just snail mail, but electronic communications as well.

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