Dec 062016
 
 December 6, 2016  Surveillance, U.S.

If you haven’t already The Last Diplomat in the Wall Street Journal, do read it soon, as it’s a wonderful – albeit infuriating and frustrating – example of how our government can really screw up in its investigations and ruin lives and careers.

Over on TechDirt, Tim Cushing picks up one of the revelations in the report that had caught my eye, too: that much of the subsequent investigation was justified by what metadata  had revealed – metadata that did not require a warrant to obtain because well, “it’s just metadata,” right?

Read Tim’s article here.

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