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Saturday, October 21, 2017

The U.S. Congress is asked to make permanent a law on electronic surveillance

U.S. attorney General Jeff sessions and the Director of national intelligence Daniel Coates sent Congress a request to make permanent a law that allows American intelligence agencies to keep large-scale programs of electronic surveillance.

Treatment is directed to both parties.

“The continuation in force of those critical of authority is the top legislative priority of the Ministry of justice and the intelligence community,” the letter reads.


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