By Daniel Franklin
Is the Bush administration using terrorism fears to shield government — and business — from public view?
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By Joni Praded
Government agencies scramble to take sensitive information off their web sites.
The Fundamental John Ashcroft
By David Corn
Until Sept. 11, John Ashcroft seemed content to lie low as the Bush administration’s ambassador to the right. But now the attorney general has been reborn-and rooting out terrorists is just the beginning.
The Furor Over TIPS
By George Sanchez
July 17, 2002
Civil libertarians are up in arms, claiming a new Bush administration program would encourage Americans to spy on their neighbors.
Big Brother and the Bookie
By George Anastasia
How the feds turned top-secret spy technology against the son of a Mafia don — and made a low-level wiseguy into a poster boy for the Fourth Amendment
Up Close and Personal
By Brendan I. Koerner
High-tech identification devices could produce reams of data on law-abiding citizens — but may be useless in fighting terrorists.