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Congress should end massive phone records spying

Expand A notice of electronic surveillance is posted near a 95-by-50-foot American flag unfurled on the side of an apartment complex in Manchester, New Hampshire, U.S., June 14, 2017.  © 2017 Reuters In a time of rapidly evolving surveillance technology and movements for reform across the U.S., intelligence and law enforcement agencies often take for granted that a 1970s view of how surveillance affects our rights still applies today. From that perspective, where monitoring of our cell phone activity is concerned, the government contends that it doesn’t intrude on our privacy if it grabs records…

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