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Lawmakers try to stop mass hacking of Americans' computers by feds

Rule change is designed to thwart 'botnets' but critics say it goes too far.        
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Privacy advocates in Congress are moving to stop a new rule from taking effect Dec. 1 that would allow federal agents armed with a single search warrant to hack millions of Americans' computers at once.        

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