(107) Bruce Ackerman, Surveillance and the FISA
Court, Los Angeles Times, (September 24, 2013) http://articles.latimes.com/2013/sep/24/opinion/la-oe-ackerman-fisa-reform-20130924.
Bloomberg BNA recently reported that several different legislative options are being drafted in both the Senate and the House that would address NSA, FISA
, and FISC activities.
The FBI can ask the attorney general for emergency authority to track the target for seven days but then must win retroactive approval for the spying from the FISA
Indeed, even the FISA
court in a 2002 opinion recognized that the President has inherent constitutional powers to conduct warrantless searches to obtain foreign intelligence and that Congress through FISA
cannot encroach on that power.
Like the FISA
court, the ICCO doesn't provide meaningful scrutiny of surveillance efforts.
So now there are Halper, Turk and the Page FISA
Ces associations manquent de credibilite et meme de representativite, replique le representant de la FISA
avant d'ajouter que celles-ci ne font meme pas partie des associations professionnelles relevant du secteur agricole conformement a la loi 03/12.
The Obama administration has been accused of spying on reporters in the past, though not of using FISA
warrants to do so.
The four-page memo, which was compiled by staffers for the House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, claims that the Department of Justice abused the surveillance programme known as FISA
to unfairly target a member of the Trump campaign.
The amendment deals with the reauthorization of Section 702 of the FISA
, which was enacted in 2008 and allows intelligence agencies to spy on foreigners without a warrant, (http://fortune.com/2018/01/18/president-trump-set-to-sign-fisa-surveillance-law-what-that-means-for-you/) Fortune reported.
says that government agencies are supposed to keep to a minimum the amount of information about Americans that they collect, keep and share as part of their foreign surveillance operations.
When Americans living stateside have their data vacuumed up by the NSA's various and sundry surveillance programs, that information is stored in what is known as the Section 702 database, referring to Section 702 of the 2008 Amendment Act of the 1978 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA