President Obama: NSA Spying Programs 'Transparent' - ABC News

NSA surveillance exposed - CBS News The president urged the Senate to pass the USA Freedom Act to reform NSA spying program before it expires May 29, 2015. Show More U.S. Judge lifts gag order in George Floyd case The judge will Privacy groups, libertarians rail against NSA spying NSA spying seems less horrible than these other abuses, especially if data mining might prevent terrorism. I suspect people are outraged by the NSA in part … President Obama: NSA Spying Programs 'Transparent' - ABC News President Obama: NSA Spying Programs 'Transparent' He offered a strenuous defense of the NSA programs, which he said guard the privacy of Americans through judicial and legislative review. NSA E-Spying: Bad Governance - BankInfoSecurity

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Jun 25, 2013 Congress Kills Domestic NSA Phone Spying FISA Program The NSA shut the program down. Its director, Gen. Paul Nakasone, equivocated over restarting it.But by August, President Donald Trump—who considers surveillance on his allies, obtained through a warrant, an abuse of power—decided he wanted to keep the Call Detail Records program after all. Congressional officials tell The Daily Beast that won’t happen.

But, Goitein said, “The NSA still collects all of this stuff and holds onto it.” The bulk collection authorization remains in place until the provision expires on June 1, 2015.

“Mainstream Media” Forced To Admit NSA Still Spying In 2015 the U.S. Congress passed the USA Freedom Act, a bill which was touted as a victory against the intrusive eyes and ears of the National Security Agency. The bill came about after former NSA contractor Edward Snowden released classified documents regarding the agency’s massive spying programs. Is the NSA's data snooping actually effective?