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Poll: Email privacy more important to Americans than phone records

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A new Pew Research/Washington Post poll shows that 56 percent of Americans are comfortable with the federal government tracking phone call records as part of its investigations of terrorism. Forty-one percent indicated that it was unacceptable. (Two percent didn’t know.) The poll was taken during the week of June 6-9, as reports of the National Security Agency’s surveillance activity was...

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