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FBI ask Facebook, Google for backdoor access‎

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The FBI is asking internet companies like Facebook for their help so they can spy on people more easily.

Federal agents say telephone wire-tapping is becoming useless as more criminals move to the internet to plot their crimes. Now they’re pushing for a new law to force companies to help them with their investigations.

The law would change the existing Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act, which was created in 1994.