Today’s Washington Post includes an article entitled “Librarians Say Surveillance Bills Lack Adequate Oversight,” which includes both the American Library Association and the Association of Research Libraries.
The story details the library community’s concerns about current legislation in both the U.S Senate and House of Representatives that could give the federal government access to electronic information from “communications service providers.” According to the Justice Department, libraries may be included in this group.
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