Washington Post: U.S. releases data on sensitive surveillance programs for first time

The U.S. Government on June 27 for the first time released data on the scope of some of its most sensitive foreign intelligence-gathering efforts.  Some privacy advocates said that the report left out important data.

“The intelligence community is hiding the extent to which this surveillance conducted without a warrant is impacting people in the United States, who have constitutional rights,” said Gregory Nojeim, senior counsel for the Center for Democracy and Technology.

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