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DEA Sued for Unconstitutional Phone Surveillance


The blanket surveillance of phone calls carried out by the DEA and other federal authorities violated both the First and Fourth Amendments, according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which filed a lawsuit to stop the activity. "I suspect the government will argue it did not specifically target Americans and so its actions do not require constitutional scrutiny," said attorney Yasha Heidari.
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Commerce Department Embarks on Data Revolution


"I am greatly encouraged by [the Commerce Department's] recognition of data as a strategic goal, and their establishment of this advisory committee to help ensure that they get experienced advice from commercial users and other experts in data dissemination and usability," said Karin Remington, CTO at Arjuna Solutions and a member of the newly formed Commerce Data Advisory Council.
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Re: Air Mouse: A Mighty Little App for Big-Screen Control 2  Philscbx   2009-07-21 13:48:54 
Re: Putting the Mac to Work in a PC Shop 2  hembreeder   2009-07-21 10:07:51 
Re: The Wild World of iPhone 3G Accessories 2  Chill0987   2009-07-02 07:12:26 
Re: iPhone OS 3.0: The Delight Is in the Details 2  mikevoice87   2009-06-30 04:52:12 
Re: Just Because I'm Paranoid Doesn't Mean My Mac Is Secure 5  LouisWheeler   2009-06-26 08:57:07 
Re: Mac Enterprise Apps and the Evolution of Open Source 6  vaibhavbansal   2009-06-23 04:04:02 
Re: Software Update Teaches Old iPhones New Tricks 2  ImagineEngine   2009-06-21 09:44:43 
Re: AT&T Budges on iPhone 3G S Upgrades 2  makom8   2009-06-18 12:39:43 
Re: WWDC: iPhone Invigorated, Snow Leopard Spruced, AT&T Tarnished 2  LouisWheeler   2009-06-13 18:43:51 
Re: Should You Spring for an iPhone 3GS? 7  randyq   2009-06-12 09:10:46 
Re: The Sturm und Drang of iPhone Evolution 2  mistoffolees   2009-06-11 04:40:43 
Re: Apple Launches Speedy New iPhone, Cuts a Bunch of Prices 2  R113   2009-06-09 05:03:25 
Re: iTunes Music Store and the Indie Artist 2  jamespeople   2009-05-30 15:36:50 
Re: Is Windows App Envy a Thing of the Past? 2  Vaprrs   2009-05-26 13:29:31 
Re: Knives Out for the iPhone 2  jbelkin   2009-05-20 10:24:36 
Re: Apple Goes Gaga on Security With OS X Update 2  drpalmer   2009-05-14 08:47:28 
Re: The iPhone as Teacher's Pet, Investor's Moneymaker, Android's Target 2  idannyb   2009-05-13 06:37:57 
Re: Jesus Brouhaha Highlights App Store's Capricious Sense of Taste 3  hhemken   2009-05-12 17:20:42 
Re: Mac OS X vs. Windows: Does Soul Matter? 11  Grannelle   2009-05-11 18:52:41 
Re: iPhone Games: Some Gold Buried in the Glitter 2  somagames   2009-05-09 11:37:21 

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