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Granted new power to spy inside the U.S., the Bush administration may be doing more than eavesdropping on phone calls -- it could be watching suspects' every move.
WASHINGTON--The Congress yielded to President Bush on Saturday and approved legislation to temporarily expand the government's power to conduct electronic surveillance without a court order in tracking foreign suspects.
Originally posted by Rev_Godslapper
It's definitely a point of concern for me and it started when Congress passed the Patriot Act. Big Brother can use terrorism or Katrina as an excuse to spy domestically. However, I don't see how this particular incident is not just surveillance of a huge tropical storm.
Do you have any other source besides salon.com?