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Erris's Journal: ACLU Claims Total Information Awareness is Revived.

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The ACLU and Wall Street Journal claim TIA is alive and well:

Total Information Awareness Lives. A stunning new report indicates the NSA has effectively revived the Orwellian Total Information Awareness domestic-spying program that was banned by Congress in 2003. In response, the ACLU has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for more information about the spying. And, we moved the Surveillance Clock one minute closer to midnight.

This won't be news to most of us but it's good to see the the information getting to a non technical audience and databases being understood for the threat they are.

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ACLU Claims Total Information Awareness is Revived.

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