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Privacy, Spying Bring New Challenges in the 21st Century

Two groups are calling on Congress to take a new look at the government’s spying powers in light of new technologies, but the groups are seeking divergent ends: The Bush administration wants fewer limits on its power to spy, while privacy advocates want greater protections for the public. The opposing pressures on Congress follows the disclosure in December that President Bush authorized the National Security Agency to eavesdrop on people in the United States without a court order, which critics say is prohibited under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Full Story

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