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ACLU ads warn of "massive" government cyber-snooping
ACLU Associate Director Barry Steinhardt said that he hopes the ads will re-spark the national debate over government surveillance efforts, prompting Congress, in turn, to move the issue to the top of its agenda.
"We are clearly trying to raise public awareness about the extent of the government's capacity for (electronic) eavesdropping," Steinhardt said. "We're trying to focus the attention of the (Bush) administration and the Republican leadership."
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