Obama administration to release secret court order on phone records

  • Article by: Ken Dilanian Tribune Washington Bureau
  • Updated: July 30, 2013 - 9:32 PM

By disclosing rules for phone monitoring, the White House hopes to show that Congress knew what agency was up to.

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nessmessJul. 31, 13 6:10 AM

two wrongs don't make it right....... Both congress and white house need to back this program up a little bit...

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RankenFyleJul. 31, 13 6:30 AM

"... the government has declassified the order by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that authorized the collection program, which began in 2007. Before that, the National Security Agency had been collecting the records without a court order since after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001." Collecting records without a court order? I believe we have found the enemy and it is us.

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dumbgopJul. 31, 13 7:55 AM

Whatever. I'm sure it will be complete just like the two day deleted emails regarding Benghazi. This corrupt administration is disgusting, but they seem to be untouchable. Too bad a lot of people don't see them for who they are. We are in some serious trouble here in America due to team Obama, and I mean very, very serious trouble.

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benleeJul. 31, 13 3:06 PM

The Guardian has a lengthy piece out about a government program called X-Keyscore. The NSA's program uses X-Keyscore to track all of our online activity; it collects ALL of our online activity, and then if an NSA agent wants to pull up that activity the agent can do so without a warrant or court order. Just how deep is the government/NSA surveillance into the lives of American citizens? How high is up?

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