Thursday, May 4, 2017

Should President Trump Declassify Data On The NSA's Unmasking Of Americans?

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Circa News: Hey Mr. President, tear down the veil of secrecy surrounding unmasked NSA intercepts

Circa has formally requested that the Trump administration declassify records showing how often government officials have searched National Security Agency intercepts for intelligence on U.S. presidential candidates, members of Congress, journalists, clergy, lawyers, federal judges and doctors and how often such Americans had their identities unmasked by the intelligence community after Barack Obama made it easier to do so in 2011.

The request follows anexclusive Circa report on Wednesday that revealed that the Obama administration conducted more than 35,000 searches on NSA intercepts seeking information about Americans during the divisive 2016 election year.

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Update: President Obama Sought NSA Intel On 1000s Of Americans During The 2016 Election (Zero Hedge)

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1 comment:

aaa said...

as much as i wish he would declassify this information, it isn't going to happen