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Submission + - NSA Whistleblower Claims Everyone Was Spied On (

eldavojohn writes: A clip from MSNBC's countdown reveals that Russell Tice, the NSA security analyst that broke the story about NSA wiretapping in 2006, has stated that everyone was monitored, not just foreign communications but everyone. More alarmingly he claims there was a specific group that targeted reporters. He is quoted as saying that "The National Security Agency had access to all Americans' communications — faxes, phone calls, and their computer communications. It didn't matter whether you were in Kansas, in the middle of the country, and you never made foreign communications at all. They monitored all communications."

Submission + - Pocket Gamer talks to eBay on counterfeit DS Lites (

Pocket Gamer writes: "Pocket Gamer reported ona couple in Bromley, Kent, selling counterfeit DS Lites. They're thought to have accumulated £50,000 in December alone, and one of the ways they managed this was to sell the DS Lites on eBay. Understandably concerned about consumer confidence, eBay got in touch with Pocket Gamer. Read on to see what eBay had to say."

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