Jul 182014
 
 July 18, 2014  Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.

Alex Abdo writes:

Earlier today, a former State Department civil servant named John Tye published an important op-ed  in the Washington Post, explaining that the NSA has created a giant loophole in Americans’ right to privacy. While we now know a good deal about the NSA’s spying on American soil, Tye explains, the NSA’s powers to conduct surveillance on foreign soil should trouble us even more.

Surveillance on foreign soil takes place under Executive Order 12333, an authority that contains few meaningful protections for the privacy of Americans.

Read more on ACLU.

  One Response to “The NSA’s Other Privacy Loophole”

  1. The American public won’t care, they’ll just yawn, shrug and continue watching American Idol or whatever is the latest celebrity fad on TV.

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