Privacy an Issue in New Security Bill NPR's Larry Abramson reports on the ambiguous information-gathering rights the government can now claim, thanks to last year's USA Patriot Act. Many are concerned that Congress's approval of the new Homeland Security Department will extend the government's reach even further.
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Privacy an Issue in New Security Bill

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NPR's Larry Abramson reports on the ambiguous information-gathering rights the government can now claim, thanks to last year's USA Patriot Act. Many are concerned that Congress's approval of the new Homeland Security Department will extend the government's reach even further.