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Bush Keeps Privacy Posts Vacant

President Bush has kept top civil liberty and privacy posts unfilled, even as the controversy over White House-ordered eavesdropping on Americans enters its second month. The powerful Office of the Director of National Intelligence, created by the Intelligence Reform Act, must have a civil liberties protection officer who is charged with ensuring that the “use of technologies sustain, and do not erode, privacy protections,” according to the law. But the White House has yet to nominate anyone for the job. Full Story

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