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Another Batch Of FISA Court Docs Confirms The NSA Frequently Abuses Its Collection Powers


Sep 14, 2018 6:28 AM - 1 week, 3 day, 2 hour, 36 min ago

Excerpt: from the violating-the-law-on-the-regular dept More evidence of the NSA's abuse of its surveillance powers has surfaced, thanks to a FOIA lawsuit by the EFF. To date, the EFF has secured 73 FISC opinions as the result of this lawsuit and is still fighting for the release of six opinions the government has chosen to withhold entirely. One of the opinions released to the EFF shows the NSA's frequent assertions about proper minimization, careful deployment of surveillance techniques, and supposedly robust oversight ... Read More

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