The National Security Agency suspended its controversial collection of Americans' phone records as Congress grappled Monday with how to restore expired surveillance laws the government has used to track terrorists and spies.
Yesterday, we told you about how police departments in New Jersey and across the nation are compiling a huge "Big Brother" database of information about the movements of all licensed vehicles in America.
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