The NSA Goes On Declassification Spree Ahead Of Obama Reform
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US National Intelligence director James Clapper has thrown open the books on hundreds of previously ...
US National Intelligence director James Clapper has thrown open the books on hundreds of previously
classified documents detailing national and international surveillance, as President Obama's scheme to
reform the NSA goes into operation. The new batch of declassified files brings the total number of
released documents to around 2,300 pages, DNI Clapper wrote, including orders from the Foreign
Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC), documents the NSA and others have previously submitted to
Congress, and data about the legality of the ways in which the NSA collects telephone metadata and
other programs currently operating.
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