Justice Department Fails to Get Agreement on Data Retention

A meeting at the U.S. Justice Department to discuss forcing Internet providers to record Americans' online activities ended without reaching an agreement, according to multiple participants. The meeting of about 15 industry representatives and 10 government officials followed an earlier one, at which Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and FBI Director Robert Mueller pressed Internet and telecommunications companies to store data on their users for two years.

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