James Sensenbrenner Jr., the original author of the Patriot Act, says Director of National Intelligence ... asked Clapper whether the National Security Agency (NSA) collects data on millions of Americans. Clapper insisted that the NSA
But when you helped author the provisions in the Patriot Act that deal ... Patriot Act all along now realize that if there are to be major changes in the Patriot Act and in NSA operations, and that will include a change in the FISA law and a …
said Wednesday that within the next few days he plans to introduce this new legislation to combat his old legislation, taking back some of the power given to the National Security Agency by the Patriot Act. In an act of bipartisanship – …
In June, key provisions of the Patriot Act that justified the government’s massive data ... This particular clause has been used to justify a surprising portion of NSA activity; at The Nation, Zoë Carpenter examines what librarians know all too …
James Sensenbrenner (R-WI), the original author of the Patriot Act, told The Hill newspaper in an interview published Friday that he believes Director of National Intelligence James Clapper should be prosecuted ... that the National
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Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, the Republican author of the Patriot Act, sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder that says he is “extremely disturbed” by reports that the National Security Agency collected phone records from Verizon …
Security: With the director of national intelligence defending a program he told Congress didn't exist, the Patriot Act's author says this isn't the ... outsourcing our national security to 29-year-old unstable contractors, one of nearly …
The Capitol Hill Patriot Act standoff continues, and absent a deal, the National Security Agency's domestic phone-spying ... the top Democrat on the Judiciary Committee and an author of the Freedom Act, suggested that some fears …
The author of the Patriot Act on Sunday continued his criticism of the National Security Agency's widespread …
Take a victory lap, Edward Snowden. Last summer, the White House and congressional intelligence committee leadership were unified in their insistence that the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of American telephone records was …