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The PCLOB’s Recommendations for a More Reasonable Surveillance Program
By Max Kwon – Edited by Sarah O’Loughlin

The PCLOB issued a report analyzing the legal and policy implications of Section 702 of the FISA. The Board issued recommendations addressing various concerns, such as targeting and tasking, U.S. person queries, and upstream and “about” collection. Although the Board unanimously concluded that the core program of Section 702 is both reasonable and valuable, the report appears to be largely condemned by civil liberties advocates and scholars.

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Posted On Jul - 14 - 2014 Add Comments READ FULL POST

“Smoking Gun” Needed: Even after Clapper Provided a Path to Challenge the Law, the FISA Amendments Act May Still Be Bulletproof

Written by: Christopher A. Crawford

Edited by: Loly Sosa

The ACLU’s challenge to the NSA’s surveillance of American citizens failed because plaintiffs, who were American citizens, had no standing; in other words, they could not prove that they had been injured by the law. Plaintiffs will need a “smoking gun” that their privacy had been violated before they could gain standing.

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Posted On Jun - 14 - 2014 Add Comments READ FULL POST
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