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WASHINGTON – The Justice Department agreed to delay the newly proposed FBI rules since a group of senators raised concern, stating they would invade the privacy of citizens and allow the government to lead investigations without cause of suspicion.  FBI Director Robert Mueller is expected to appear before the panel on Sept. 17 to discuss the new rules and the Department has agreed to postpone them until after his appearance.

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