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President Bush continues his efforts Thursday to press Congress to approve a bill that would give telecommunications companies immunity for helping the Government eavesdrop on suspected terrorists’ phone calls and e-mails.  European telecommunications companies have already been given immunity for working with Interpol to spy on phone calls and e-mails in European countries, the New York Times recently reported. For details on this, click here and return back to comment on whether you think this level of surveillance is good or bad, necessary or not.

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