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Shows featuring George Bush

  • Electronic Surveillance
    A look at electronic surveillance in the US and abroad. David Sobel summarizes the history of electronic surveillance and the recent FBI requests for greater access. The FBI has requested an upgrading of telecommunications to increase surveillance capacity, especially to cell phone and data networks. Telecommunications companies would be compensated 500 million dollars. Nick Hager talks about a...
    February 19, 1997 | Story