Indefinite DEEP Surveillance: (NDAA) National Defense Authorization Act of 2014

This would leave James Clapper, the man accused of lying to Congress about the National Security Agency's domestic spying program known as PRISM, in de facto direction of another federal surveillance and data analysis agency.
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We're told that the government is attempting to minimize the amount of information captured from Americans, and that all of that information is being kept in specialized and restricted servers in order to protect our constitutional rights.  But that's difficult to believe when the Department of Justice is currently fighting the release of a secret FISA Court opinion that details unconstitutional government surveillance. [emphasis added]

Source: Indefinite Surveillance: Say Hello to the National Defense Authorization Act of 2014 | Global Research.

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