Sep 072012
 
 September 7, 2012  Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

Dan Froomkin writes:

 Bush-era warrantless surveillance procedures continued by President Barack Obama remain so secret that neither the public nor members of Congress know how many Americans’ emails and phone calls are routinely dumped into a government database.

But the likelihood that the government is violating Americans’ Fourth Amendment rights is sufficiently great that Congress should demand more information and change a 2008 surveillance law before renewing it, a constitutional watchdog group urges in a new report.

Read more on Huffington Post.

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