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VETERAN REPORTER: NOBODY’S DATA SAFE FROM FEDS


privacy (1)Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/05/veteran-reporter-nobodys-data-safe-from-feds/#WSdqoG2sTEHlaLv3.99 A veteran reporter is warning that members of the news media aren’t the only Americans who should be concerned about the privacy of their telephone conversations.

Gregory J. Millman of the Wall Street Journal, who says his telephone records were targeted by the IRS many years ago, writes that the communications of citizens could come to the attention of the government in a number of ways, including by getting a call from someone in whom the government has interest.

The issue has arisen because of the admission by the Department of Justice that it obtained records of Associated Press telephone lines in the House Gallery at the U.S. Capitol over a period of months.

WND reported the Obama administration said it pursued AP’s records because a double agent in the war on terror was compromised by a story. However, the news wire’s reporting on the issue didn’t mention the agent.
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/05/veteran-reporter-nobodys-data-safe-from-feds/#WSdqoG2sTEHlaLv3.99