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Will Surveillance Disclosure Lead To More Oversight Of NSA?

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

When surveillance laws were revised in 2012, Congress expressed great concerns that without proper oversight intelligence agencies would engage in the sort of monitoring that has been uncovered in recent days. Congress put a number of safeguards in place, but rejected others that would have guarantee more public discussion about what the NSA does.

Source: NPR

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