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Justice Dept. Broadens Investigations of Terrorism in Private Records

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The U.S. Justice Department plans to extend the length of time intelligence agencies can retain records on private citizens, even if there is no evidence they are involved in terrorism.
The guidelines Attorney General Eric Holder signed this week for the National Counterterrorism Center are raising complaints from privacy advocates. Until now, private information on Americans could be retained for no more than 180 days by the center. The new guidelines allow them to be kept for five years.

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