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 June 11, 2013  Laws

Gavin Aronsen reports:

For years, groups like the American Civil Liberties Union and Electronic Frontier Foundation have kept tabs on potential privacy problems arising from immigration reform efforts. Now that a big immigration reform bill has made it out of committee and reached the Senate floor, privacy advocates are focused on three big concerns.

Read more on Mother Jones.  Hopefully the problems with this bill will not get ignored by the public as everyone focuses on the NSA-related revelations.

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