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The legal standoff playing out between Apple and the FBI has reignited the debate over privacy and national security. Thomas Tamm, a former Department of Justice lawyer, faces ethics charges for talking to the press about the National Security Agency's warrantless wiretapping in the mids.
A new investigation finds that the NSA's relationship with the nation's second biggest wireless carrier was "unique and especially productive. The provisions of the Patriot Act that were allowed to lapse today represent only part of the vast NSA surveillance apparatus exposed by Edward Snowden. The government says it's made reforms to its surveillance programs.
Understanding the threat
But how much is really different? Security expert Ashkan Soltani explains how the NSA can get onto a user's computer via the web browser. As chair of the committee, he was among the first members of Congress to be briefed on the Bush administration's domestic surveillance programs. Show more.
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