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- Making sense of the NSA Prism leak as the real details emerge, ExtremeTech
- Former U.S. Prosecutor Sues Obama and NSA over PRISM Scandal, TorrentFreak
- Security-State Creep: The Real NSA Scandal Is What’s Legal, Rebecca J. Rosen at The Atlantic
- How NSA’s Prism affects you, and how to protect yourself from being spied on, ExtremeTech
- Author Of The Patriot Act Says NSA Surveillance Is An Abuse And Must End, Techdirt
- Spy Court Urged to Unmask Legal Basis for NSA Dragnet Phone Surveillance, Threat Level at Wired.com
- Majority of Americans Say NSA Phone Tracking Is OK To Fight Terrorism, Slashdot
- Suit Filed Against NSA, Obama Over Surveillance Program, threatpost
- Mozilla, EFF and 86 others launch campaign against surveillance, The H Open
- Google Seeks OK From Feds to Disclose Stats on Secret Court Orders, Threat Level at Wired.com
- Mozilla wants 500M users to tell gov’t: “stop watching us”, Ars Technica
- Rackspace response to requests for user info, The Rackspace Open Cloud Community via Groklaw NewsPicks
- Senators Introduce Bill To End Secret Law That Enabled NSA Surveillance, Techdirt
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