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December 24, 2013 12:01 AM

Oversight of Internet belongs with the courts

My understanding of the situation is that officials at the National Security Agency concerned with our security began with good intentions but in time, without proper oversight by the executive and legislative branches of government, unwittingly became electronic Peeping Toms. It took a judge who obviously understood the Constitution to pull down the shade.

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