Oct 052010
 October 5, 2010  Posted by  Govt, Surveillance

Chris Soghoian writes:

Last week, the FOIA fairy delivered 25 pages of internal rules that outline when and how the US Marshal Service uses electronic surveillance methods. According to the cover letters accompanying the documents, the policies are “obsolete” and that “the office is preparing to rewrite/revise it, which could take 30 days or longer to complete.”

The full document can be downloaded here (pdf)

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