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Thread: War on Leaks: US govt seizes AP phone records - AP Surveillance: 'Govts taking our rights away, not Al-Qaeda'

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    War on Leaks: US govt seizes AP phone records - AP Surveillance: 'Govts taking our rights away, not Al-Qaeda'

    Sad day when they need to shut up new agencies!

    War on Leaks: US govt seizes AP phone records



    Published on 14 May 2013

    The US Justice Department has admitted to spying on Associated Press reporters. AP condemned the sweeping phone surveillance as an invasion of privacy and a threat to the freedom of press. RT's Gayane Chichyakyan reports.
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    AP Surveillance: 'Govts taking our rights away, not Al-Qaeda'



    Published on 14 May 2013

    Up to a hundred reporters and editors at the Associated Press have been targeted, in a massive US government surveillance operation against the news service. AP is calling the monitoring network - created by the Justice Department itself - unprecedented in size and scope, and a gross violation of privacy. One consequence of this surveillance scandal is that whistleblowers will now think twice, before calling a news desk - that's according to investigative journalist and historian, Tony Gosling.
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    DOJ justifies searching Associated Press phone records



    Published on 14 May 2013

    It's being called an unprecedented government intrusion. The Justice Department secretly collected two months of telephone records from the Associated Press and its reporters. Now the AP is demanding answers as to why the government was tracing their phone calls. RT Correspondent Liz Wahl has the Justice Department's response and what effect this could have on the media.
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    US government spied on Associated Press



    Published on 13 May 2013

    The Associated Press is now reporting that the US Justice Department secretly obtained two months' worth of phone records from reporters and editors. In what the AP calls a massive and unprecedented intrusion into how news organizations gather information, records were seized from bureaus in Washington DC, New York and even Hartford, Connecticut. In total, the records of 20 phone lines were gathered, incorporating some 100 journalists. The government would not say why it sought the records. Matthew Feeney, an associate editor at Reason 24/7, joins us for the latest.
    Energy flows where attention goes...

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    Re: War on Leaks: US govt seizes AP phone records - AP Surveillance: 'Govts taking our rights away, not Al-Qaeda'

    No surprise there, takeing the rights away from reporters. god forbid someone actually report real news instead of the fake stories portrayd in the controlled mass media. can't have that can we? thats it, imma start up my own news agency. i'll need a good editor though cuz i can't spell worth a damn, lol.

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