Nov 042014
 November 4, 2014  Posted by  Surveillance

Marcy Wheeler writes:

According to ​James Comey, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, “Americans should be deeply skeptical of government power. You cannot trust people in power.”

So it’s been jarring to learn new details about his own agency’s activity in recent months, many of which raise questions about whether the FBI is fulfilling its constitutional obligations. The most alarming of these revelations is that the Bureau is reading the emails of people–they don’t know how many people–without court orders.

Read more on Vice.

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