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January 03, 2006

Privacy should be protected except when it shouldn't

Charles Schumer believes the leak may be an attempt to blow the whistle on illegal activity. Funny, because I suspect he will be looking for a leaker who alleged his responsibility in the stolen credit report of Maryland GOP Lt. Gov. Michael Steele. So what seperates a "whistleblower" and a "leaker"?