Privacy group: U.S. laws needed to rein in surveillance

Thursday, 23 February 2006, 8:47 AM EST

As U.S. government agencies conduct domestic surveillance and attempt to gain access to Internet search records, privacy laws do not adequately deal with technologies that allow the government access to all kinds of digital records, said the Center for Democracy and Technology.

At InfoWorld.

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