Which do you think is more secure: The record of the phone calls you have made in the last month, or the list of books you checked out from the library last year?
Thanks to the recent reports on activity by the National Security Agency, Americans learned their phone calls, Internet use and other records are gathered, entered into a database and mined during investigations. But library records cannot be included in that data, due to protective laws.
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