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Domestic surveillance a key legacy of 9/11

Published 08/30/2011, Tribune Washington Bureau

Determined to ferret out terrorist plots, U.S. law enforcement and intelligence agencies now collect, store and analyze vast quantities of digital data produced by law-abiding Americans. The data mining receives limited congressional oversight, rare judicial review and almost no public scrutiny.

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