Oct 072014
 October 7, 2014  Posted by  Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

Mario Trujillo reports:

The National Security Agency released a report Tuesday attempting to outline the privacy and civil liberty protections that go into the collections of signal intelligence under authority from a decade’s old executive order, known as 12333.

The NSA Civil Liberties and Privacy Office, which released the 17-page report, was established in January following criticism of the agency stemming from revelations about secret surveillance programs leaked by Edward Snowden last year.

The report casts little new information, and the NSA admits its protections are limited because of the nature of its work.

Read more on The Hill.


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