as we’ve learned today that the NSA is doing. “As the author of the Patriot Act, I am extremely troubled by the FBI’s interpretation of this legislation,” Rep. Sensenbrenner says in a letter sent to Attorney General Eric Holder. “While I …
The Republican author of the Patriot Act in the House and the senior Democrat in the Senate teamed together Tuesday to write a bill that would stop the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of phone records and require a court order if …
Jim Sensenbrenner is the author ... Patriot Act — and an opponent of how it has been used to justify broad domestic spying powers. (Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images) Sensenbrenner: It does several things. First of all, it stops the …
Coming from the author of the Patriot Act this is truly a stunning, and welcome, confirmation that the liberty and constitutional conservative movements are gaining ground in this important debate. Congressman Sensenbrenner was …
Rep. Sensenbrenner discusses the Patriot Act that he authored, saying it does not allow for random phone monitoring of Americans. Sensenbrenner said Obama’s secret program, which collects phone records from millions of Americans, is …
Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, the main author of the original Patriot Act, wrote an op-ed in 2013 explaining the NSA bulk collection of data belonging to Americans is an abuse of the legislation. In particular, Sensenbrenner slammed the …
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Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI), who wrote and introduced the PATRIOT Act to Congress in 2001, said in a statement Thursday that the National Security Agency overstepped its bounds by issuing a secret order to collect phone log …
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The relationship between the NSA and the telecommunications industry goes back decades, says Tim Shorrock, author of "Spies for Hire." - Harrison/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images On Sunday night Section 215 of the Patriot Act
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The Patriot Act author may be experiencing some buyer’s remorse. The lawmaker has notified the US Attorney General of his grave concerns that the law is being abused the FBI and the NSA in vacuuming up phone records of innocent …
Now several Congress members are actually attempting to revise the act to make it more transparent and specific. This just shows the need for more transparency in the NSA. According to Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner, the author of …