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Monday, September 27, 2010

Report: FBI agents cheated on surveillance-law tests

Great news, everyone! The FBI has given a test to its agents, to make sure they understand how our laws on surveillance work. That way, we can be sure they're not accidentally violating the law.

Did I mention the test was open book?

And that, according to an inspector general report, a bunch of FBI agents cheated on it?

Hat Tip: Many thanks, Natasha PV!


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