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 May 21, 2013  Posted by  Online, Surveillance

From an editorial in the Sunday New York Times:

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has a new plan to intercept Internet messages, calls and video chats. Instead of requiring companies like Skype and Google to build surveillance capabilities into their services as it suggested in 2010, the F.B.I. now proposes fining companies that fail to comply with court-ordered wiretaps.

Read the editorial on NY Times.

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