Friday, April 21, 2006

Warm fuzzies

Over at Ars Technica:
It appears that the Bush administration has taken a step to mollify critics who claim that its policies toward law enforcement and intelligence gathering are likely to result in a trampling of privacy and civil liberties. Alex Joel, an attorney who has worked for the CIA, Marriott, and the Army Judge Advocate General's Corps, has been hired to take the post of "civil-liberties protection officer for the US Office of the Director of National Intelligence."

Why doesn't this make me feel all warm and fuzzy inside?

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