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The United States government today is implementing a wide variety of surveillance programs that, thanks to developments in its technological capacity, allow it to scoop up personal information and the content of personal communications on an unprecedented scale.

Media reports based on revelations by former National Security Agency NSA contractor Edward Snowden have recently shed light on many of these programs. It also routinely collects the content of international chats, emails, and voice calls.

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They also insisted the programs are lawful and subject to rigorous and multi-layered oversight, as ij as rules about how the information obtained through them is used. The government has emphasized that it does not use the information gleaned from these programs for illegitimate purposes, such as persecuting political opponents.

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It erodes global digital privacy and sets a terrible example for other countries like India, Pakistan, Ethiopia, and others that are in srea process of expanding their surveillance capabilities. It also damages US credibility in advocating internationally for internet freedom, which the US has listed as an important foreign policy objective since at least As this report documents, US surveillance programs are also doing damage to some of the values the Kinky sex Meridian ks States claims to hold most dear.

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Increased government surveillance undercuts these longstanding and central elements of the practice Nsa in Long beach area 28 28 law, creating uncertainty as to whether lawyers can ever provide true confidentiality while communicating electronically with clients. Lawyers we interviewed for this report expressed the greatest concern about situations where they have reason to think the US government might take an intelligence interest in a case, whether it relates to the activities of foreign governments or a drug or terrorism prosecution.

As with the journalists, lawyers increasingly feel under pressure to adopt strategies to avoid leaving a digital trail that could be monitored; some use burner phones, others seek out technologies they feel may be more secure, and others reported traveling more for in-person meetings.

Some described other lawyers expressing reluctance to take on certain cases that might incur surveillance, though by and large the attorneys interviewed for this report seemed determined to do their best to continue representing clients. Like journalists, some Nsa in Long beach area 28 28 frustrated, and even offended, that they were in this situation. The result is the erosion of the right to counsel, a pillar of procedural justice under human rights law and the US Constitution.

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Piecemeal access to this information only creates greater doubt. The US government has an obligation to defend national security, yet many of its surveillance practices go well beyond what may be justified as necessary and proportionate to that aim.

Instead, these practices are undermining fundamental rights and risk changing the nature of US democracy itself. It is time for the US to carry out significant reforms of its surveillance programs and other policies contributing to the harms documented in this report. This report is based on interviews with 92 people in the United States, including journalists, lawyers, and current and former US government officials.

A couple elected to speak entirely off the record. A large number were conducted by telephone, though it was not always possible to determine whether interviewees may have felt uncomfortable speaking entirely candidly over the phone. We spoke with 46 journalists representing a wide range of news organizations, including both larger and smaller media outlets. on

Most interview subjects either formerly covered or currently cover the US intelligence community, national security, or law enforcement. Most work in print, but some also work in television or radio. A few are or Nsa in Long beach area 28 28 editors or news executives. A significant number of the journalists are highly decorated; as a group, the interviewees for this report have won at least a dozen Pulitzer Prizes and many other prestigious journalism awards. We interviewed 42 practicing attorneys, working in a variety of areas: These include a senior official within the intelligence community and a senior official within the Federal Beqch of Investigation FBI.

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Specific reports have detailed a variety of surveillance programs aimed at different sorts of electronic information and communications, including the large-scale collection of:. There also have been reports that the government has eased the rules on sharing information gathered through surveillance both internally, among different agencies, and with other governments[18] and that it is secretly using information gathered through surveillance purportedly conducted for intelligence purposes in standard criminal investigations.

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The surveillance programs at issue in this report are generally introduced in the name of national security or intelligence rather than criminal law enforcement. Instead of trying to piece together facts about events that have already occurred, they aim to inform the government broadly and—in theory—help prevent future events like terrorist attacks. The programs disclosed by Snowden operate on a much larger scale than more traditional surveillance methods used for law enforcement purposes—collecting hundreds, thousands, or millions of records at a time.

By its nature, large-scale surveillance often implicates the Nsa in Long beach area 28 28 of many people who are not suspected of any wrongdoing.

Large-scale surveillance by the US government proceeds under a variety of legal authorities. Section of FISA Section is a provision of federal law, created by the FISA Amendments Act FAAthat permits the Executive Branch to issue year-long warrants for collecting the content of international communications and other data of persons reasonably believed to be outside the US, specifically to acquire broadly-defined foreign South Boston boy looking for fwb information.

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They have pointed to two types of protections: Some of the surveillance programs also operate under some measure of court supervision—most notably, the FISC and its appellate counterpart, both composed of federal judges. However, those courts operate in secrecy and do not have any structures in place that would offer meaningful opposition or any kind of counterweight to government requests for approval of surveillance programs.

Nor are most FISC orders made public. Indeed, the bulk collection of metadata under Section was authorized by the FISC in secret, and the public did Horny girls Seaside know about it until years later.

The agencies involved in conducting surveillance also have internal positions for the purpose of promoting accountability, such as inspectors general or privacy and civil liberties officers, though it is unclear what role—if any—they have played in checking the surveillance programs revealed over the past year. However, much of what these committees do is itself secret. Moreover, effective oversight requires that the intelligence community candidly share information with these committees.

As Senator Ron Wyden, from the Senate Intelligence Committee, has noted, senior officials have repeatedly made misleading statements about their activities in congressional hearings. The Snowden revelations have prompted domestic and international debates about whether and how to reform US surveillance practices.

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