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For more information, see our full Privacy Policy. Inthe Snowden revelations—many of them reported by then Washington Post reporter, now Century Foundation fellow Barton Gellman—shook the American government at its foundations. That wave crested in with the passage of the USA Freedom Act, which ended the bulk collection of domestic telephone metadata under the Patriot Act. The wave has more or less dissipated since.

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But it would be a grave mistake to assume government surveillance is no longer something to worry about. Meanwhile, the Trump administration has aled even less concern for constitutional norms than his two predecessors, presidents Bush and Obama, under whom the existing surveillance apparatus was built.

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Based on her findings, here are ten reasons you should still be worried about NSA spying:. It is not a counter-terrorism statute. Section authorizes eavesdropping on foreign bureaucrats, gathering information relevant to predicting the price of oil, and gaining leverage in negotiating trade disputes. Indeed, one analysis of data collected under section suggested that non-target communications are ten times more likely to be sucked up than target communications. For example, federal authorities could lawfully search databases for information about doctors issuing prescriptions for medical marijuana.

There are documented cases of agents using databases of private information to spy on their lovers or spouses. Except in ongoing criminal proceedings, the NSA does not recognize attorney-client privilege in its collection. Thus, the NSA treats client consultations on how to avoid or respond to potential criminal exposure—as well as attorney-client communications on civil matters—the same as any other conversation. But you could be for mentioning her address. Using addresses as selectors can, however, wind up casting a wide net.

Courts assess whether the targeting procedures fit the statutory definition of targeting procedures, but they do not oversee targeting decisions. This means all the incidentally collected American content flowing to law enforcement via backdoor search—your whole inboxes, for example—has never been authorized by a judge.

Searching for the relevant needle in a als intelligence haystack—or, more accurately, a needle among millions of haystacks—can be a time and resource intensive process. Meanwhile, more targeted and discriminate surveillance can avoid this problem. Tags: nsanational security agencyus surveillance. I Understand.

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Based on her findings, here are ten reasons you should still be worried about NSA spying: 1. American communications are inevitably caught up in the dragnet. NSA surveillance targets foreigners, but sweeps in more bystanders than targets.

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Once acquired, our data can be searched by other law enforcement agencies without a warrant. NSA databases are magnets for insider abuse. The NSA ignores attorney-client privilege. The NSA can collect your whole inbox. The ultimate decision about who intelligence authorities spy on is decided by the NSA alone. Excessive surveillance is not necessarily making us safer.

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