Congressional leaders are discussing ways to reauthorize Section 702 surveillance, including by attaching it to the National Defense Authorization Act, Capitol Hill […]
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The DAS program echoes multiple dragnet surveillance programs dating back decades, including a Drug Enforcement Agency program launched in 1992 that forced […]
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The FBI and the Biden administration at large have lobbied Congress to reauthorize the 702 program as is, ignoring calls for reform […]
The encrypted messaging and calling app Signal has become a one-of-a-kind phenomenon in the tech world: It has grown from the preferred […]
The list of data is long. Names, professions, blood groups, parents’ names, phone numbers, the length of calls, vehicle registrations, passport details, […]
Dozens of prominent Asian American groups are asking United States lawmakers this morning to hold fast in the face of an anticipated […]
Some of the United States’ largest civil liberties groups are urging Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer not to pursue a short-term extension […]
Top senate officials are planning to save the Section 702 surveillance program by attaching it to a crucial piece of legislation. Critics […]