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Hand-in-hand headlines: NSA, schools and the Internet

By Doug Powers  •  June 7, 2013 11:38 AM

**Written by Doug Powers

At first I was going to do this as one of our semi-regular “dueling headlines” features, but in order for headlines to duel they need to be at least somewhat contradictory. In this case, the headlines go more hand in hand. The first is from the Washington Post and appeared yesterday:


Accompanying that is a headline from the CBS News, also from yesterday:


Data mining isn’t as effective unless everybody’s plugged into the network.

By the way, as a Senator, Barack Obama sponsored a bill that would have subsequently prevented himself as president from pursuing this program. Meanwhile, yesterday, Harry Reid basically said “What’s everybody freaking out about? We’ve been invading your privacy for years!


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