September 26, 2015 Surveillance, U.S.
Britain Eakin reports:
Ending bulk-data collection will significantly hurt the National Security Agency’s operational capabilities, NSA Director Admiral Michael Rogers told Congress on Thursday, pointing to the rise of cybersecurity threats.
In a rare public session, hours after Pope Francis addressed Congress , Rogers appeared before the Senate Intelligence Committee to discuss some of the challenges the agency faces as it transitions to a new data-collection system.
Read more on Courthouse News.
Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.