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Obama administration defends mass call-data slurping

Publisher: 
The Register
Publication date: 
07-Jun-2013
Author(s): 
Iain Thompson
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"If the government can get phone numbers of two parties, unique identifiers like IMSI and IMEI, trunk identifiers, and time and duration of call, all listed within the court order, then the Obama administration's justification of 'We don't access content' does not matter," said Mike Rispoli, spokesman for Privacy International.

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