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Bush denies spying infringes on privacy

President George W. Bush denied on Thursday the government was “trolling through” Americans’ personal lives, despite a report that a domestic spy agency was collecting phone records of tens of millions of citizens. Defending his administration’s espionage program, Bush said intelligence activities he had authorized were lawful and the government was not eavesdropping on domestic calls without court approval. Full Story

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