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FISA Court Appears To Be Rubber Stamp For Government Requests

Thursday, June 13, 2013

The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court has been under fire since one of its classified orders was leaked by a former National Security Agency analyst. Detractors have focused on the fact that nearly all the warrant applications brought before its judges have been approved.

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