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Antiterrorism draft could expand spying

A proposal that a government watchdog group says is being circulated in the Department of Justice would expand the electronic surveillance powers of law enforcement and spy agencies within U.S. borders, and that’s raising concerns from civil liberties advocates and at least one U.S. senator. The Center for Public Integrity, a government watchdog group, posted what it said is a Justice Department draft follow-up to the USA Patriot Act, an antiterrorism law signed by President George W. Bush in October 2001. A PDF version of the draft is available at the center’s Web site, and an HTML version is available. Full Story

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