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Thursday December 31, 2009

TSA Subpoenas Bloggers, Demands Names of Sources

With absolute proof that terrorists are trying to blow up planes again, it is nice to see the TSA is putting its resources where they are neededůserving subpoenas on bloggers.

As the government reviews how an alleged terrorist was able to bring a bomb onto a U.S.-bound plane and try to blow it up on Christmas Day, the Transportation Security Administration is going after bloggers who wrote about a directive to increase security after the incident.

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