Newly disclosed papers give rules for NSA surveillance without a warrant – Washington Post



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Newly disclosed papers give rules for NSA surveillance without a warrant
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Written by Max Ehrenfreund. E-mail the writer. Classified documents newly made available to The Washington Post and the Guardian describe the National Security Agency's procedures for protecting the privacy of U.S. citizens. Since Edward Snowden, a 
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