My new paper examines three critical issues in the NSA’s collection of Call Detail Records.
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What on earth is going on with FISA reform in Congress?
The department argues that a provision giving greater power to amici arguing before the FISA Court could endanger national security. That argument strains credulity.
This week, the Senate will vote on five amendments to H.R. 6172, which would reauthorize certain intelligence-related authorities that expired on March 15 and would also make substantive changes to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) and related laws.
It appears that the facts presented in a lot of FISA applications are not reliable.
A newly released report found errors or lost information in 29 FISA applications.
On March 16, the Senate punted on the issue of reforming the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act—a sign of just how dysfunctional Congress and the executive branch have become.
The House passed a bipartisan FISA reform bill. What are the substantive changes the bill proposes?
House leadership has reached a deal to reauthorize portions of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act otherwise set to expire on March 15. The bill is available here and below.
On Monday, Feb. 24, the House Judiciary Committee introduced legislation that would amend and reauthorize the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA).