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Show 268 - Neutral Nets & Reform Bets

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Mon, 20 Jan 2014   -   46:23 minutes   -   34.08mb

President Obama floats some reform ideas for the gathering of data by the NSA and a judge strikes a blow against Net Neutrality. Dan has a few long-winded thoughts on both these subjects.

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Keywords: Net Neutrality, surveillance, spying, NSA, CIA, FBI, terrorism, government, history, podcast, politics, democratic, republican, Obama, libertarian, civil liberties, constitution

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