DSEA

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DSEAData Station Emulation Adapter
DSEADavis Submerged Escape Apparatus (oxygen rebreather)
DSEADirection des Services de l'Environnement et de l'Assainissement (French: Environment and Sanitation Services Department)
DSEADietary Supplement Education Alliance (Sarasota, FL)
DSEADipartimento di Sistemi Elettrici e Automazione (Italian: Department of Electrical Systems and Automation; University of Pisa; Pisa, Italy)
DSEADefense Security Enterprise Architecture (US DoD)
DSEADelaware State Education Association
DSEADomestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003 (proposed US legislation)
DSEADurham Strategic Energy Alliance (Canada)
DSEADefence Safety and Environment Authority (UK)
DSEADisplay Station Emulation Adapter
DSEADomino Signal Encryption Algorithm
DSEADisciplinary Society and Education Association (Project Kaleidoscope)
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It also includes treatment of the US Patriot Act of 2001 and Domestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003 (Patriot II), executive branch practice, and the Foreign Intelligence Court of Review decision of Nov.
Here is some of what we will lose in what the Justice Department blandly calls the Domestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003.
Officially entitled the Domestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003 (DSEA), the legislation has been dubbed "Patriot Act U" by opponents, since it appears to be a follow-up punch to the USA Patriot Act of 2001, passed in the wake of 9-11.
The proposed Domestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003 -- a carefully bland title -- was leaked to Charles Lewis, founder and executive director of the Center for Public Integrity in Washington, who on Feb.
Known as the Domestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003, the new law would strip Americans accused of terrorist-related crimes of their citizenship, limit public access to government information, and create a DNA database of suspected terrorists.
The Domestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003, a seemingly logical sequel to the U.
Now the Justice Department is privately circulating a draft of something called the Domestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003.