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US officials say NSA leaks MAY hamper further increasing domestic surveillance plans

• Reuters
Weeks of revelations about secret U.S. surveillance programs could stymie progress on negotiations over new laws and regulations meant to beef up the country's defenses against the growing threat of cyber attacks, cyber security experts say.

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Comment by Justin Tyme
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The scandal grows: USPS admits to spying, too The Associated Press reports that the U.S. Postal Service photographs every piece of mail and stores the photos for up to a month. The Postal Service also sells your information to advertisers.

(I'm sure they'd never use OCR on those images or anything like that.)