Time.com: "New Patriot Act Controversy: Is Washington Collecting Your Cell-Phone Data?"

Time.com: New Patriot Act Controversy: Is Washington Collecting Your Cell-Phone Data? by Mark Benjamin, Friday, June 24, 2011 The U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee is weighing fresh concerns about the sweeping nature of domestic spying using one controversial section of the Patriot Act. This particular part of that law is notable because it has been divisive for years – and because during those years President Obama has quietly moved from being a Senator skeptical of the provisions to being an enthusiastic spy chief whose Administration embraces them. Last Tuesday the committee met to consider the worries of some members, mostly Democrats, who say the Justice Department has drafted a breathtakingly broad interpretation of Section 215 of the Patriot Act.

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  1. Saif says:

    Note the “University of Rhode Island student sntaee” logo in the corner. There must be a story behind that sign; surely the student sntaee must have taken a vote and decided to post such a sign for some reason. And why is the attorney general’s name invisible?

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Time.com: "New Patriot Act Controversy: Is Washington Collecting Your Cell-Phone Data?"

Time.com: New Patriot Act Controversy: Is Washington Collecting Your Cell-Phone Data? by Mark Benjamin, Friday, June 24, 2011 The U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee is weighing fresh concerns about the sweeping nature of domestic spying using one controversial section of the Patriot Act. This particular part of that law is notable because it has been divisive for years – and because during those years President Obama has quietly moved from being a Senator skeptical of the provisions to being an enthusiastic spy chief whose Administration embraces them. Last Tuesday the committee met to consider the worries of some members, mostly Democrats, who say the Justice Department has drafted a breathtakingly broad interpretation of Section 215 of the Patriot Act.

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