FISA court: FBI use of NSA’s electronic surveillance data was illegal

FISA court: FBI use of NSA’s electronic surveillance data was illegal

A WSJ report on Tuesday said, Foreign Intelligence Surveillance (FISA) Court found that a warrantless program for internet surveillance aimed at foreign agents was used to search Americans’ data. A secretive federal court has ruled that FBI abused the privacy rights of U.S. citizens by searching for their information.

Paul C
Paul C 5 months

ACLU came out against illegal surveillance of US citizens! Guess there is at least one person still in that organization that isn't a left leaning political wonk.

Voice of Reason
Voice of Reason 5 months

Sounds like an excellent argument against PRISM and NSA collection of data on US citizens. Any government organization or law authorizing actions or mechanisms of government that violate the constitution need to be eliminated.

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 5 months

Thank you Patriot Act.

Jose 5 months

Snowden told us about this YEARS ago. Thank you for the receipts Snowden!

porcus 5 months

This is better, but I would like the metrics on these requests and queries were publicly available.

King Kalifor
King Kalifor 5 months

(Nicolas Cage) YOU DONT SAY!!

Paul McDow
Paul McDow 5 months

The FBI broke the law in their pursuit of unconstitutional jurisdiction in people's lives? I never would have suspected this 😂. What laws will they break next?

Cory Pritchard
Cory Pritchard 5 months

Another reason to prosecute George W Bush. Where are the anti Edward Snowden and anti Julian Assange people at?

BumperCar 5 months

What else is new?

Pryotra 5 months

I would like to know how this will be made right. I, for one, would like the total dissolution of the NSA and Patriot act.

Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion 5 months

I doubt there will be any executions.

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