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NY Times Seeks Carter Page Wiretap Records, Saying Trump Already Breached Secrecy
The public deserves a full picture for "informed debate," the Times argues in its request.
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Donald Trump Jr. Says The GOP Memo His Dad Declassified Is 'A Little Bit Of Sweet Revenge'
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“There is a little bit of sweet revenge in it for me and certainly probably the family," he said.
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Republicans Crying To #ReleaseTheMemo Hope You Don't Understand FISA
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Their current concern doesn't square with their past votes on surveillance.
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House GOPers Say A Secret Memo Could End The Trump-Russia Probe. Their Staff Wrote It.
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#ReleaseTheMemo is the latest way Republicans on Capitol Hill are trying to undermine the Mueller probe.
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House Reauthorizes Controversial Surveillance Law
Trump either did or didn't want this to happen — no one really knows.
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Trump Tweets Against His Own Administration On FISA, Backpedals Hours Later
The mind of a "very stable genius" works in mysterious ways, apparently.
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Progressive Groups Invoke Trump In New Push For Surveillance Reform
A letter to Democratic members of Congress aims to make government spying an issue for future presidential candidates.
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White House, Intel Chiefs Want To Make Digital Spying Law Permanent
By Dustin Volz, Reuters
Privacy advocates have criticized the law for allowing the incidental collection of data belonging to millions of Americans without a search warrant.
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Intelligence Officials Can't Say How Many Americans They Spy On
And they say finding out would jeopardize national security.
Government Privacy Board Okays Controversial NSA Surveillance Program
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Intelligence Agencies Conducted Broad Sweep Of Warrantless Searches On Americans
New NSA 'Transparency Report' Raises More Questions Than It Answers
NSA Phone Metadata Collection Reauthorized
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The NSA's Telephone Meta-data Program: Part I
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Edward H. Levi Distinguished Service Professor of Law, Univers...
After examining the evidence provided by the NSA, the Review Group concluded that the information obtained through the section 215 telephony meta-data program had not proved necessary to the prevention of any planned terrorist attack since the program's inception in 2006.
Microsoft Says It's Upping Fight Against NSA
One Chart That Reveals Everything Google Can Say About FISA Requests
NSA Chief: Terrorists Love Gmail
The Snowden Portent
My probes for precedents to the Snowden NSA leaks inevitably yield references to Daniel Ellsberg's release of the Pentagon Papers in 1971 and while there are more than a few similarities, there are some significant differences that suggest the current controversy is more significant.
Senators Allege 'Troubling' Lawbreaking In NSA Snooping
Dem Lawmaker Tries To Protect Americans' Privacy In Secret Court
Secret Court's Broad Interpretation Allowed Mass Surveillance
NSA Deletes Surveillance 'Fact' Sheet
FBI Used Secret Law To Obtain Secret Evidence On Accused Terrorists: Report
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