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In the Federal Parliament today, the Greens will attempt to get an explanation from the Government about Australia's involvement in the US PRISM surveillance system. America's National Security Agency confirmed last week that it is running a clandestine internet surveillance program, which pulls in data from large social networks. Source: abc.net.au

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