FBI changes rules on accessing

image.jpegThe FBI has changed its privacy rules regarding how freely agents can gain access to and search data collected by the National Security Agency that involves the communications of Americans. It just won’t say what the changes are.
Additionally, there’s no word on when the changes were actually made, since that information is classified as well. The revisions concern Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, which permitted the FBI to access data obtained by the NSA via the “PRISM” program. That data included emails, texts and phone calls made by foreigners. However, if any of the communications involved Americans, then that data could be accessed and retrieved as well. Read More



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