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Giuseppe Macri
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NSA Considered Dropping Phone Records Program Years Before Snowden Leak

4:45 PM 11/20/2014

Four years before Edward Snowden leaked the largest cache of classified documents in U.S. government history -- exposing the most sweeping surveillance of Americans in history -- some officials at the National Security Agency protested its most-shocking program, and warned of the fallout that would result were it ever to face the light of day.

‘Bourne’ Director In Talks To Remake ’1984′

2:34 PM 11/20/2014

Paul Greengrass redefined Hollywood's perception of government espionage with his blockbuster film adaptations of the "Bourne" novels by Robert Ludlum. Now the director is in talks to do the same with another author, who's fictional dystopia of terrifying government surveillance has far outlived its title.

Senate Sinks NSA Reform

9:04 PM 11/18/2014

The Senate voted 58 to 42 against brining the USA FREEDOM Act to the floor for amendments and passage Tuesday night, marking the end of any chance for National Security Agency surveillance reform this Congress.