Grant Gross reports:
A recent report from the U.S. intelligence director that provides the number of surveillance targets in 2013 is not specific enough to provide the transparency the nation’s residents need, two senators said Monday.
The transparency report, issued Thursday by the Office of Director of National Intelligence, doesn’t reveal the specific number of people affected by National Security Surveillance Programs, and it doesn’t disclose how many U.S. residents had their data collected when the NSA targeted foreign terrorism suspects, said Sens. Al Franken, a Minnesota Democrat, and Dean Heller, a Nevada Republican.
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