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By Marcel Proust
By John W. Dean; Barry M. Goldwater, Jr.
In an extraordinary development Thursday, the CIA director reversed months of angry public denials and apologized for the agency’s past spying on staff of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
The Colorado senator used an open hearing in the chamber to disclose the existence of an internal CIA review that conflicts with the agency’s official assessment of its dubious interrogation program.
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Another round of declassified documents means another round of revelations about a spy agency run amok. But it’s OK, the NSA says it’s fixed it.
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As the larger part of American culture seems ready to surrender its claim to privacy without question, organizations such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation are riding like Paul Revere through the digital Massachusetts night.
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