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NSA Spying: The Three Pillars of Government Trust Have Fallen | Electronic Frontier Foundation
With each recent revelation about the NSA's spying programs government officials have tried to reassure the American people that all three branches of government—the Executive branch, the Judiciary branch, and the Congress—knowingly approved these programs and exercised rigorous oversight over them. President Obama recited this talking point just last week, saying: "as President, I've taken steps to make sure they have strong oversight by all three branches of government and clear safeguards to prevent abuse and protect the rights of the American people."  With these three pillars of oversight in place, the argument goes, how could the activities possibly be illegal or invasive of our privacy? 
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6 weeks ago by Jswindle
Failing to Keep Pace: The Cyber Threat and Its Implications for Our Privacy Laws</em> by Glenn S. Gerstell, General Counsel, National Security Agency at the Georgetown Cybersecurity Law Institute in Washington, DC on May 23, 2018 - NSA.gov
We also can't forget that each one of us has a great deal of personal responsibility for our own private information. Regard less of what steps the government ultimately takes, we need to maintain awareness of and exercise some amount of discretion about how we are exposing our personal data over the internet.
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7 weeks ago by bwiese
James Clapper's testimony one year later | PolitiFact
The challenge in discerning whether those with privileged information, particularly on matters of national security, are speaking truthfully in public is a difficult, if not impossible, task.
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8 weeks ago by pavellawrence
Barack Obama's team secretly disclosed years of illegal NSA searches spying on Americans
The National Security Agency under former President Barack Obama routinely violated American privacy protections while scouring through overseas intercepts and failed to disclose the extent of the…
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8 weeks ago by kger

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