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An NSA Intercept Round-Up

Jack Kelly has a good round-up of the back and forth over the NSA intercept controversy.

Matthew Heidt cites a specific occurance in Eavesdropping on the Cowards:

The idea that the US should put its fingers in its own ears and repeat, “I can’t hear you, I can’t hear you!” when terrorists communicate with their agents in the US is one of the most ridiculous and silly ideas that I have ever heard.