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Privacy assurances far from persuasive

June 17, 2013

Government officials' reactions to revelations the privacy of millions of Americans has been invaded would be laughable were the situation not so serious....

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Jun-18-13 10:16 AM

Imagine The Journals response to the following fictional news story; Sept. 11th. 2012, The Obama administration, citing concerns from the ACLU and other privacy rights groups announced today that they are instructing the NSA to discontinue their search of telephone and internet activity while looking for suspected terrorist activity. In a news conference, a weeping John Boehner said this will surely lead to the death of innocent Americans and Rand Paul asked all good Americans to join him in sueing the federal government to reinstate the program started during the Bush administration. The Republicans cited this as another example of Obama's weakness when it comes to protecting Americans and also stated that because of this they would be voting to repeal Obamacare.

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