Jul 262018
 
 July 26, 2018  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

From EPIC.org:

The NSA’s Office of Inspector General issued the first unclassified semi-annual report to Congress on the National Security Agency. The report describes the internal watchdog’s audits, studies, and investigations of the NSA’s activities. Among other findings, the OIG uncovered improper searches through U.S. persons’ data collected under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, as well as “many instances of noncompliance” with rules to secure NSA networks, systems, and data. In 2012, EPIC testified before Congress on the need for better reporting on the use of FISA authorities. EPIC also routinely highlights reporting on federal surveillance under the Wiretap Act. In EPIC v. NSA, EPIC obtained the Presidential Decision Directive, outlining the agency’s authority for domestic surveillance.

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