ATLANTA (AP) The Federal Trade Commission fines ChoicePoint Inc. $10 million related
to a major data breach at the company's massive database of consumer information.

WASHINGTON (AP) President Bush has defended his program of warrantless surveillance,
saying "there's no doubt in my mind it is legal."

FORT MEADE, Md. (AP) President Bush visits National Security Agency and makes new
defense of administration's warrantless wiretap program.

STRASBOURG, France (AP) Swiss senator investigating alleged CIA secret prisons in
Europe says evidence points to a system of outsourcing of torture.

Good thing we're the shining beacon of privacy, individual freedom, and civil liberties here in the US, right?

Do you know what your sin is, Doctor? It's pride.

Gonzales said that Congress was aware of the program's scope and that it had been approved "under the authorization to use military force" against terrorism.

His remarks echoed the comments of President Bush, who said Monday that he had briefed key members of Congress on the program.

Key members of parliament have personally observed this subject. I was told that
the Alliance's support for the project was unanimous.