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Submission + - FBI May Get Easier Access to Internet Activity (washingtonpost.com)

olsmeister writes: It appears the White House would like to make it easier for the FBI to obtain records of a person's internet activities without a court order to do so, via the use of an NSL. While they have been able to this this for a long time, this may expand the type of information able to be gathered without a court order to include things like web browsing histories.
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FBI May Get Easier Access to Internet Activity

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