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'Guardian' Releases More Documents On NSA Surveillance

Jun 21, 2013 (Morning Edition) — Two documents provide new details about the procedures the National Security Agency follows when sifting huge volumes of email. The Justice Department documents were made public by The Guardian newspaper. They help explain the steps the NSA must follow when it inadvertently comes across the communications of Americans.

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