NSA talking points prepared to respond to leaks about surveillance practices advised officials to cite 9/11 to justify programs, a news report says.
Remember when the NSA tested location tracking? They didn't ask for specific Court approval for that.
Three Members of the House Judiciary Committee wanted the public to know more about the bulk phone records program before the Patriot Act was reauthorized.
There was a months-long internal policy debate over whether or not Justice should do what they said they were already doing.
Thousands rally against NSA surveillance and the NSA says its Web site was brought down due by an "internal error," not hackers.
"Everybody's a reporter," the retired four-star general told Tom Matzzie.
It's the first ruling appellate court ruling on the issue since Supreme Court found that attaching a GPS unit constituted a search.
Even if we do, it's not likely to matter.
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