FISCRFédération Internationale des Sociétés de a Croix-Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge (French: International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies; Canada)
FISCRForeign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review
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(224) Related to this discussion is the ruling by the FISCR in In re Sealed Case, which contended that for the purposes of national security, involving law enforcement agencies--and by extension, the criminal justice system--was a good idea, and tested the assumption that:
The Supreme Court had no need to deny certiorari in the earlier case because the FISCR is an ex parte court where only the government appears if it wishes to appeal a lower FISA court denial of surveillance authority.
It is mentioning here that Academy for Rural Development Peshawar in collaboration with Pir Sabaq Farm Nowshera and FISCR has prepared more than 4000 kilo grams quality seeds that is enough for more than 250 acre of land.
(9) FISA also establishes a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review (FISCR) to provide appellate review of decisions made by the FISC.
This Comment examines the FISCR opinion and calls into question the constitutionality of the Patriot Act's "significant purpose" test.
(47) The FISCR first determined that the purposes of foreign
FISCR noted that In re Sealed Case did not hold that a foreign intelligence exception to the warrant requirement exists; instead, it assumed, arguendo, that regardless of whether or not the requirements were met, traditional FISA could survive on reasonableness grounds.
FISCR pushed the line furthest, saying that even where the primary purpose was criminal in nature, the information could be obtained as long as there was a foreign intelligence aspect.
creating a repository of technological expertise for FISC and FISCR,