Posts Tagged ‘foriegn’

Foriegn Intelligence Surveillance Court Rubber Stamps Mass Surveillance Under Section 702 – Again

Apparently, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) didn’t get the memo. That’s because, under a recently declassified decision from November 2020, the FISC again found that a series of overly complex but still ultimately swiss cheese agency protocols — that are admittedly not even being followed — resolve the Fourth Amendment problems caused by the massive governmental […]

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