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Covert communications

CONCORD, N.H. — In a suit brought by ACLU of New Hampshire and a newspaper relating to the city of Concord’s purchase of “covert communications equipment,” the New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled the city need not reveal the nature of the equipment, the name of the vendor that sold it, the type of information gathered by the vendor or how it uses that information.

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