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Senate Votes Down Bill That Would Have Let FBI Access Email & Search Records Without a Warrant

The Senate rejected a proposed bill that would have given the FBI the authority to access citizen's Internet browsing histories and email records without a warrant. The bill's supporters suggested that terrorist attacks would be thwarted if the FBI had more control. Privacy rights advocates contended that the bill would lead to more government surveillance.

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