Apr 252016
 April 25, 2016  Surveillance, U.S.

Lauren Hodges reports:

National Intelligence Director James Clapper said Monday that he is looking at “several options” to make public the number of U.S. citizens caught up in online surveillance of foreign targets by the U.S. government.

Clapper was responding to a question about a letter sent last week from 14 members of the House Judiciary Committee. The letter, signed by six Republicans and eight Democrats, presses Clapper for information about a law that governs the data-mining program known as PRISM.

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