In NYPD Spying, a Legal Battle Echoes Again

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In New York, the Handschu rules place limits on surveillance. In the wake of Sept. 11, 2001, a judge loosened the law, technically allowing police to infiltrate any group. The namesake of the Handschu rules says it shouldn't be that way. (Nov. 17)

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