Jun 122013
 
 June 12, 2013  Non-U.S., Surveillance, U.S.

Max Fisher reports:

Senior officials in the Obama administration successfully lobbied the European Union’s executive body to drop an “anti-FISA clause” from its privacy legislation over a year ago, the Financial Times reports. That measure, if adopted, could have blocked the U.S. requests for European citizens’ computer and telephone data that are made as part of the just-revealed PRISM program.

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