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Most put security ahead of privacy

Say that sharing call records OK

By Bruce Mohl
Globe Staff / May 12, 2006

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Mark Jellison, a Verizon customer in Quincy, isn't fazed that his phone company may have turned over his calling records and those of millions of others to the National Security Agency as part of an effort to thwart terrorism. (Full article: 519 words)

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