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Senator Ron Wyden says the Attorney General William Barr wants to allow the FBI to track where you go on the internet without a warrant. Wyden says he and many other Democrats and Republicans came up one vote short of stopping the bill. They needed 60 votes, but got 59. Wyden says the battle will go to the House of representatives. Ten Democrats voted to allow the warrantless internet tracking. And Senators Patty Murray and Bernie Sanders were not in attendance when the vote was taken.

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