Aug 072014
 
 August 7, 2014  Posted by  Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Siobhan Gorman reports:

A federal judge slammed a new surveillance-overhaul bill backed by the White House and civil-liberties groups that would establish a privacy advocate for the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in addition to curbing data collection on Americans.

Judge John Bates, a federal district-court judge who has served on the secret national-security court, said in a letter that the legislation’s proposals for the surveillance court “could inadvertently undermine the twin goals of protecting privacy and national security.”

Read more on Wall Street Journal.

  One Response to “U.S. Judge Blasts Bill to Revamp Surveillance”

  1. Yet another judge that should be disbarred from the system.

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