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Analyst: Court Ruling Will Not Have Radical Effect on US Surveillancei
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December 18, 2013 1:57 PM
The U.S. security surveillance program is in the headlines again, after a U.S. court ruled that secret collecting of telephone records from citizens likely violates the constitution. Some experts say the ruling, which is not final, may not lead to radical change in the controversial practice.

Analyst: Court Ruling Will Not Have Radical Effect on US Surveillance

Published December 18, 2013

The U.S. security surveillance program is in the headlines again, after a U.S. court ruled that secret collecting of telephone records from citizens likely violates the constitution. Some experts say the ruling, which is not final, may not lead to radical change in the controversial practice.


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