The U.K. government has released the following five codes of practice establishing procedures and safeguards for the use of the Investigatory Powers Act of 2016.
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Gina Haspel will testify before the Senate intelligence committee beginning at 9:30 a.m. Eastern on Wednesday.
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On Friday, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence released its 2017 transparency report. The full report is below:
The committee majority’s report adds little new substantive information updating the narrative of what happened surrounding Russian interference in the election.
The director of the Administrative Office of U.S. Courts released the following report on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court’s activities during 2017. The report states that the FISC received 1,614 applications—granting 1,147, modfying 391 in part, denying 50 in part, and denying 26 in full.