Aug 022013
 August 2, 2013  Posted by  Surveillance

Reid Epstein reports:

As NSA leaker Edward Snowden finally left Moscow’s airport, President Barack Obama met Thursday afternoon with nine members of Congress to discuss American surveillance efforts.


“Our meeting with President Obama today on FISA was productive,” the four [defenders of the program ] said in their statement. “There was agreement in the room the NSA call record program (Section 215) is not a domestic surveillance program.”

Read more on Politico.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.