Tuesday, November 28, 2006


NSA wiretapping comes under scrutiny

According to The New York Times, "the Justice Department’s inspector general said Monday that his office had opened a full review into the department’s role in President Bush’s domestic eavesdropping program and the legal requirements governing the program."

This will allow an investigation into procedures that allow the National Security Administration to monitor, without obtaining warrants from the court, communications between Americans and people outside this nation who are suspected of terrorism.

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