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Congress Approves Gov Surveillance on Suspected Terrorists Without Warrant

Antiglobalizare, Big Brother, Editorialele editiei, English section  | 24 ianuarie 2013 | Aciduzzul
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Susanne Posel
Last week, the Senate approved to renew the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) program whereby the US government is authorized to spy on emails and phone calls of suspected terrorists (allegedly not American citizens) without court-ordered warrants. The Congress supports the use of FISA for another 5 years. To appease the general public, Congress added an amendment to FISA that requires the government to reveal whether or not American citizens were surveilled during operations or perhaps mixed-up in foreign intelligence interceptions. However, this amendment was disregarded and voted down. Both the Senate Intelligence Committee and the Obama administration stressed citeste si comenteaza

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