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AT&T has announced plans to snoop on Internet traffic to discourage people from sharing pirated music and movies. The company hasn't provided details--like whether it intends to spy only on its own ISP customers, or on all traffic in its massive Internet backbone network.

Piracy is and should be illegal, but using indiscriminate spying to catch pirates goes too far. Add to this the many Web sites and services that save records of what you searched for, posted, or looked at, and it may seem as though browsing online is about as private as standing on the corner with a bullhorn, shouting out your plans.

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