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 June 21, 2013  Surveillance, U.S.

Although Stewart Baker, former General Counsel at NSA, finds NSA’s minimization procedures, leaked by Edward Snowden, “broadly reassuring,” not everyone agrees. Kurt Opsahl and Mark Rumold of EFF write that not only do these guidelines fail to adequately protect Americans, but they violate the Fourth Amendment and may be the very same minimization guidelines that were subsequently found unconstitutional by the FISC.

Read their comments on EFF.

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