Jun 142013
 June 14, 2013  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

The government assures us that it does not maintain a database of incidentally collected information from non-targeted United States persons, and there is no evidence to the contrary.

From United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review
No. 08-01
IN RE: DIRECTIVES [redacted text]*
August 22, 2008

So what’s the government’s explanation now? That they didn’t lie to the court because the database was intentionally compiled?

Why are there no meaningful consequences for misleading the public, Congress, and apparently, the courts?

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