Thursday, November 17, 2005

Watch What You Read

From the Washington Post:

"House and Senate negotiators reached a tentative agreement yesterday on revisions to the USA Patriot Act that would limit some of the government's powers while requiring the Justice Department to provide a better accounting of its secret requests for information on ordinary citizens.

But the agreement would leave intact some of the most controversial provisions of the anti-terrorism law, such as government access to library and bookstore records in terrorism probes, and would extend only limited new rights to the targets of such searches."

Click here for the full article

- Jean Chen


At 1:37 PM, Blogger fabumisskbw said...

that's some bullshit


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