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Source: SunWorld - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Privacy Since the public learned of Carnivore in early July, members of Congress, privacy advocates and civil liberties organizations have expressed serious concerns over its use and potential for abuse. The request for proposals notes some of the concerns, including that . . . Since the public learned of Carnivore in early July, members of Congress, privacy advocates and civil liberties organizations have expressed serious concerns over its use and potential for abuse. The request for proposals notes some of the concerns, including that the system could provide investigators with more information than legally allowed by a court order or be used for unlawful invasions of privacy. FBI officials say the system typically is used to capture only very specific emails and targets only the to and from lines of an email message. But officials say the bureau can and has used the system to capture entire email messages.

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