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No reason to trust government on spying

6:21 PM, Aug. 16, 2013
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Shortly after Edward Snowden made his initial revelations about government surveillance of American citizens, The Post-Crescent published an editorial that defended these programs. The editors stated flatly that when it comes to surveillance, "there are procedures in place to govern it and there's oversight by our elected representatives to make sure it's run properly."

That was a pretty strong endorsement and the overall tone of the editorial was highly dismissive of concerns that fundamental rights were being violated.

The primary rationales offered were simplistic and ...

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