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Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) has completely flip-flopped on his position on NSA surveillance in the past year, saying he was not surprised by revelations that federal security agencies collect phone and computer data on U.S. citizens, according to CBS-WCCO St. Paul, less than a year after declaring the NSA has “too dark a history of spying on innocent Americans” to be trusted with their private information:

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