DOJ Net Surveillance Under Fire
From the ACLU:
Interested Persons Memo on Congressional oversight of the USA PATRIOT Act and Department of Justice anti-terrorism policies dismissive response on civil liberties.
In related news, see this Wired article:
“The Justice Department’s statements — and what it did not say — in a congressional inquiry on the use of broadened surveillance powers authorized after the Sept. 11 attacks is raising a red flag among civil liberties groups. A central concern is the lack of clarity regarding the scope of Internet surveillance powers granted in the controversial USA Patriot Act.”