Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Of Course They Do

I can guarantee you one thing, you would not have seen the look of surprise cross my face when I read this horse shit.

Do yourselves a favor and read the whole thing because the cocksuckers are talking out both sides of their face in the same damn article.

Rotten motherfuckers anyway.



Government Privacy Board Says Controversial NSA Surveillance Program Is Constitutional

 

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A government privacy oversight board's draft report, released Tuesday night, finds the National Security Agency's use of a controversial surveillance authority is constitutional, but says some aspects of it edge up to violating the Fourth Amendment's prohibition against unreasonable searches or seizures.
The report from the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, an independent agency within the federal government's executive branch, centers on programs revealed by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden that the NSA uses to pick up communications of foreigners that may also involve a U.S. citizen. The programs rely for legal authority on a law passed in 2008 to bring former President George W. Bush's warrantless wiretapping program under judicial oversight.
Critics charge that the NSA, in collecting the foreign targets' communications under its PRISM and upstream collection programs, incidentally picks up far too many Americans' emails and phone calls. Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) has raised alarm about what happens with Americans' communications once they're collected, because the NSA believes it can search through them without a warrant.
The privacy board's harsh January report on the NSA's separate domestic telephone metadata collection program provided ammunition for critics looking to end it. But in its new report, the privacy board largely accepts the government's assurances that NSA surveillance under the 2008 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act is well-grounded. The board is set to vote on whether to finalize the draft report on Wednesday.
"Overall, the Board has found that the information the program collects has been valuable and effective in protecting the nation’s security and producing useful foreign intelligence," the report reads. The program, it says, "has been subject to judicial oversight and extensive internal supervision, and the Board has found no evidence of intentional abuse."


 



Now go read the rest of it where they voice their concerns about possible 4th Amendment violations.

Assholes, you can't have one without the other no matter how much bullshit you try to spread.



Article VIA Huffington Post, because sometimes you need a different flavor of propaganda.

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