May 142015
 May 14, 2015  Posted by  Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

Lauren Fox reports:

As the deadline to reauthorize the bulk-data-collection program rapidly approaches, Republican Sen. Bob Corker says that an administration-led classified briefingTuesday afternoon recalibrated the debate.

Not only does Corker support the National Security Agency’s metadata program, he is now seriously concerned that it collects too little data to actually be effective. He described the limited scope of the program he learned about Tuesday as “malpractice.”

Read more on National Journal.

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