Oct 012014
 October 1, 2014  Posted by  Surveillance

Cora Currier and Ryan Devereaux write:

U.S. intelligence agents have broad authority to spy on U.S. companies as long as they are “believed to have some relationship with foreign organizations or persons” — a description that could conceivably apply to any company with foreign shareholders, subsidiaries, or even employees—according to newly released government documents published this morning by the ACLU.

Read more on The Intercept.

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