News Highlights – June 7, 2013

What We Don't Know About Spying on Citizens: Scarier Than What We Do Know

Documents: US Mining Data from 9 Leading Internet Firms; Companies Deny Knowledge

Also Revealed by the Verizon Leak: How the NSA and FBI Lie with Numbers

President Obama's Let's-Have-a-Debate Defense

Opinion: President Obama's Dragnet

Opinion: We Need More Transparency and Debate Around the NSA Phone Records Program

As Senators Defend Mass Surveillance, Patriot Act FOIA Lawsuit Still Awaits

Administration Declassifies More Information to Defend Citizen Spying Programs

 

What We Don't Know About Spying on US Citizens: Scarier Than What We Do Know

[The Atlantic Wire, June 6, 2013]

Documents: US Mining Data from 9 Leading Internet Firms; Companies Deny Knowledge

[Washington Post, June 6, 2013]

Also Revealed by the Verizon Leak: How the NSA and FBI Lie with Numbers

[Wired, June 6, 2013]

President Obama's Let's-Have-a-Debate Defense

[Politico, June 7, 2013]

Opinion: President Obama's Dragnet

[New York Times, June 6, 2013]

Opinion: We Need More Transparency and Debate Around the NSA Phone Records Program

[Washington Post, June 6, 2013]

As Senators Defend Mass Surveillance, Patriot Act FOIA Lawsuit Still Awaits

[Ars Technica, June 6, 2013]

Administration Declassifies More Information to Defend Citizen Spying Programs

[NextGov, June 6, 2013]

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