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FEB 03, 2018 | US

The Privacy Fight is Dead in DC, and Not Even the Nunes Memo is Likely to Revive it

Buzzfeed News, February 4, 2018

By Kevin Collier

“FISA already is limited to authorizing these tools for foreign powers, which it designs to be government, terrorists, proliferators,” Tommy Ross, [BSA’s] senior director for policy, told BuzzFeed News. “There was much more faith that the 702 authority was already being used in that way as opposed to 215, which was seen as terribly broad and much more in need of attention.”

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Original Posting: https://www.buzzfeed.com/kevincollier/the-privacy-fight-is-dead-in-dc-and-not-even-the-nunes-memo 


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