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Congress to start total surveillance on Americans?

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Published on Jul 25, 2012

Congress in now trying to regulate Internet and telecommunications and this has alarmed Internet activists that say government spying can lead to abuse. Those of the lawmakers ready to protect Internet freedoms are very few in numbers, though. FISA, passed in 2008, allows the government to wiretap and monitor international phone calls and web communication. It is set to expire soon and that's why Congress is trying to renew the controversial legislation. For more, RT's Liz Wahl is joined by Aaron Swartz of Demand Progress.

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