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Congress is scheduled to vote on a controversial provision in the Patriot Act over the Memorial Day weekend, which allows government agencies to justify collecting the phone records of millions of Americans.
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Tonight at 8:00pm
Widely known as the "father of the Internet," Vinton Cerf is the co-designer of the TCP/IP protocols and basic architecture of the Internet. His efforts have greatly shaped the communication and technological world as we know it.
Today at 10:00am
New York Times columnist Mark Bittman is currently a visiting fellow at UC Berkeley's Food Institute. We'll talk to the "How to Cook Everything" author about his upcoming video series on California's changing agriculture and food production systems.
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