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1. Report: War on terror violates privacy Dec. 4, 2008 UPI

2. "Post-9/11 Memos Show More Bush-Era Legal Errors" R. Jeffrey Smith and Dan Eggen March 3, 2009; Washington Post

3. DOJ Memos Reveal Legal Thinking Behind Controversial Bush Terrorism Policy ARIANE De VOGUE, PIERRE THOMAS and JASON RYAN WASHINGTON, March 2, 2009 ABC News - USA

4. Justice Dept. drops 'enemy combatant' Nedra Pickler Associated Press March 14, 2009

5. Nation Digest: Obama creates National Declassification Center December 30, 2009 Washington Post

6. Despite Obama pledge, Justice defends Bush secrets" By MICHAEL J. SNIFFEN AP

7. "Holder rescinds Ashcroft-era FOIA guidelines" Mar 19, 2009 USA Today - USA

8. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Encyclopedia of Espionage, Intelligence, and Security The Gale Group Inc. 2004

9. November 7th, 2008 "A Privacy Agenda For The New Administration" EFF - San Francisco,CA,USA

10. "To protect America, protect privacy: with President Bush seeking to extend the "Protect America Act" indefinitely, it is time to examine how making this legislation permanent would affect our right to privacy."(SURVEILLANCE)(Cover story) The New American October 29, 2007 Mass, Warren

11. "Will Obama protect civil liberties? Bush's terror-fighting approach must be reversed.(OPED)(SWEET LAND OF LIBERTY)(Column)" The Washington Times November 17, 2008

12. Obama considers U-turn on military trials for terror suspects By Alex Spillius May 3, 2009 Telegraph.co.uk - United Kingdom

13. "Obama Endorses Indefinite Detention Without Trial for Some" Peter FinnWashington Post Staff Writer Friday, May 22, 2009

14. U.S. corporate media deliberately censor news.(Reprint) St. Louis Journalism Review February 1, 2008 Phillips, Peter

15. THINKING FOR YOURSELF IS NOW A CRIME: "Extremist Beliefs Commission" set to stifle dissent in U.S. CCPA Monitor May 1, 2008 Roberts, Paul Craig M

16. On Terrorist Watch List, but Allowed to Buy Guns By ERIC LICHTBLAU Published:New York Times June 20, 2009

17. "Security, Civil Liberties Experts Question Data-mining" Grant Gross, IDG News Service Dec 3, 2008 PC World - USA

18. FBI Plans Deep Anti-Terror Data-Mining AP Online June 12, 2007

19. Here's proof. The innocent do have something to fear Simon Jenkins 1 April 2009 guardian.co.uk - UK

20. "Privacy advocates seek limits on government use of personal data" REBECCA NEAL December 05, 2008 Federal Times - USA

21. DHS Privacy Office: Fusion centers endanger privacy Alice Lipowicz Published on December 23, 2008 FCW.com - Falls Church,VA,USA

22. "US military conducts a dozen secret strikes in four years: report" AFP 11-2008

23. Sunday, June 12, 2005 "U.S. terror convictions overstated, data show" Dan Eggen and Julie Tate The Washington Post

24. "FBI finds most terrorism threat reports baseless, Nov 7, 2008 Reuters

25. Security experts skeptical on Gitmo detainee report 1-23-2009 CNN

26. "One in 7 who leave Guantanamo involved in terrorism" May 26, 2009 Reuters

27."Compromise Is Reached on Detainees " By DAVID JOHNSTON October 7, 2009

28. Dick Cheney Is A Liar Spencer Ackerman 2/4/09 The Washington Independent, DC

29. Ridge Says He Was Pressured to Elevate Threat Warning By Garance Franke-Ruta Washington Post Staff Writer Friday, August 21, 2009;

30. Obama signals major shift in US anti-terror policy By Warren Richey February 27, 2009 Christian Science Monitor

31. News & World Report, "In Fighting al Qaeda, Bush's "Global War on Terrorism" Is Off Target A New Rand Corp. study urges a "fundamental rethinking" of counterterrorism strategy" Alex Kingsbury July 30, 2008

32.Under the radar, Obama pushes for Patriot Act renewal Lakeland Times 12/18/2009