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Feds plot course to resume NSA spying

Saturday, June 13, 2015 0:19
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Feds plot course to resume NSA spying | 08 June 2015 | The National Security Agency (NSA) is taking steps to turn its massive collection of Americans' phone records back on. After President Obama signed legislation last week to end privatize the controversial program, the Justice Department submitted a legal memorandum to the secretive federal court justifying authorization for the NSA collection for another six months, as the new law allows. “[T]he government respectfully submits that it may seek and this court may issue an order for the bulk production of tangible things” [LOL!] under the law, “as it did in …prior related dockets,” the Justice Department said in its memo. The legal analysis was submitted on Tuesday, less than an hour after the White House announced that the president had signed the USA Freedom Act into law. The memo was not revealed to the public until Monday.


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