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Groups tell court to set limits on phone searches
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Feinstein excoriates CIA for spying on Senate committee
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Senate panel ‘very close’ to cyber bill
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Google, learning little from Apple debacle, gets hit with its own kids’ app lawsuit
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Obama pick pledges transparency at NSA
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Supreme Court Must Set Limits on Cell Phone Searches
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