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Bush may be spying on three more financial service systems

ACLU FOIA requests suggests more spying.
The Bush administration may be spying on three more financial services companies, according to the American Civil Liberties Union. Requests under the Freedom on Information Act unearthed evidence of government surveillance in three programs: Bolero, CHIPS, and Fedwire.

"Gee, what a surprise," writes John of AMERICAblog.

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Lindsay Beyerstein a New York writer blogging at Majikthise.
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