The National Security Agency’s collection of telephone call metadata is legal, a federal judge ruled, contradicting an earlier ruling in one of several cases tied to the surveillance initiative.
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A presidential advisory panel on government surveillance recommended satisfying a demand of Internet companies such as Yahoo! Inc. and Facebook Inc. while putting new burdens on telecommunications providers to retain data for future snooping.Read More »
We now know that right after 9/11, President Bush authorized the National Security Agency to conduct blanket surveillance on electronic communications without a warrant. The Federal Intelligence Security Act of 1978 created a procedure whereby he could have obtained a ...Read More »