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OPINION: NSA spying unbounded

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By The Washington Post

We don’t know what the National Security Agency learned from tapping the cellphone of German Chancellor Angela Merkel. If the White House account is to be believed, no intercepts were deemed worth reporting to President Obama. But it is painfully clear that the damage from the revelation of the tap is considerable.


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