NSA

  • Spy Games: Is Privacy a Thing of the Past?
    Posted in: Domestic Policy, Policy Corner

    Last week Devin Nunes, (R-CA) chairman of the United States House Select Permanent Committee on Intelligence, along with internal staff authored a rather controversial memorandum. This four-page document allegedly accuses the Obama administration of violating the Foreign Intelligence and Surveillance Act of 1978 by monitoring the Trump campaign during the 2016 election cycle [1]. Democrats […]

  • To Pardon or Not?
    Posted in: Policy Corner, Vendettas of the Week

    It has been two years since Edward Snowden leaked classified National Security Agency (NSA) documents that revealed private information of America’s citizens, to the British newspaper, “The Guardian.” These documents also listed various activities committed by the NSA, many which revealed the Foreign intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) forcing Verizon wireless to hand over metadata from […]

  • To Pardon or Not?
    Posted in: Policy Corner, Vendettas of the Week

    It has been two years since Edward Snowden leaked classified National Security Agency (NSA) documents that revealed private information of America’s citizens, to the British newspaper, “The Guardian.” These documents also listed various activities committed by the NSA, many which revealed the Foreign intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) forcing Verizon wireless to hand over metadata from […]

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