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In some cases the NSA overheard Israeli officials trying to convince undecided lawmakers to oppose the deal, which Congress ultimately failed to block. The White House declined to comment on specific intelligence activities carried out by the U. But White House officials said the U. The U. And aiming to show that the security relationship between the U. National Security Agency. Statement by James R. The highest priority of the Intelligence Community is to work within the constraints of law to collect, analyze and understand information related to potential threats to our national security.

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The unauthorized disclosure of a top secret U. The article omits key information regarding how a classified intelligence collection program is used to prevent terrorist attacks and the numerous safeguards that protect privacy and civil liberties. I believe it is important for the American people to understand the limits of this targeted counterterrorism program and the principles that govern its use. Discussing programs like this publicly will have an impact on the behavior of our adversaries and make it more difficult for us to understand their intentions.

Surveillance programs like this one are consistently subject to safeguards that are deed to strike the appropriate balance between national security interests and civil liberties and privacy concerns. I believe it is important to address the misleading impression left by the article and to reassure the American people that the Intelligence Community is committed to respecting the civil liberties and privacy of all American citizens. The program collects the phone records, exchanges and internet histories of tens of millions of Americans who would otherwise have no knowledge of the secret program were it not for the disclosures of recent whistleblowers.

The latest of these whistleblowers to come forward is former Booz Allen Hamilton federal contractor employee Edward Snowden. Snowden is a whistleblower. Snowden disclosed information about a secret program that he reasonably believed to be illegal. Consequently, he meets the legal definition of a whistleblower, despite statements to the contrary made by numerous government officials and security pundits. Bernie Sanders I-VT have also expressed concern about the potential illegality of the secret program.

Moreover, Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner R-WI who is one of the original authors of the Patriot Act, the oft-cited justification for this pervasive surveillance, has expressed similar misgiving. Snowden is the subject of classic whistleblower retaliation. On the contrary, such attacks are classic acts of predatory reprisal used against whistleblowers in the wake of their revelations. The guilty habitually seek to discredit the whistleblower by shifting the spotlight from the dissent to the dissenter. The issue is the message and not the messenger.

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As a matter of course, whistleblowers are discredited, but what truly matters is the disclosure itself. Pervasive surveillance does not meet the standard for classified information.

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Many have condemned Snowden for disclosing classified information, but documents are classified if they reveal sources or methods of intelligence-gathering used to protect the United States from its enemies. Moreover, under the governing Executive Order it is not legal to classify documents in order to cover up possible misconduct.

The public has a constitutional right to know. Regardless of the justification for this policy, the public has a Constitutional right to know about these actions. Unfortunately, the responsibility has fallen on whistleblowers to inform the public about critical policy issues—from warrantless wiretapping to torture. Whistleblowers remain the regulator of last resort. There is a clear history of reprisal against NSA whistleblowers. By communicating with the press, Snowden used the safest channel available to him to inform the public of wrongdoing.

Nonetheless, government officials have been critical of him for not using internal agency channels—the same channels that have repeatedly failed to protect whistleblowers from reprisal in the past. In many cases, the critics are the exact officials who acted to exclude national security employees and contractors from the Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act of Ultimately, the use of these internal channels served only to expose Binney, Drake and Wiebe to years-long criminal investigations and even FBI raids on their homes.

As one example, consider that Tom Drake was subjected to a professionally and financially devastating prosecution under the Espionage Act. We are witnessing the criminalization of whistleblowing. During the last decade, the legal rights for whistleblowers have expanded for many federal workers and contractors, with the one exception of employees within the intelligence community. The rights of these employees have ificantly contracted. The Obama administration has conducted an unprecedented campaign against national security whistleblowers, bringing more Espionage Act indictments than all administrations combined.

Moreover, at the behest of the House Intelligence Committee, strengthened whistleblower protections for national security workers were stripped from major pieces of legislation such as the Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act for federal employees and the National Defense Authorization Act of for federal contractors. It is the opinion of GAP that recent events suggest the full might of the Department of Justice will be leveled at Snowden, including an indictment under the Espionage Act, while those who stretched their interpretation of the Patriot Act to encompass the private lives of millions of Americans will simply continue working.

In the surveillance state, the enemy is the whistleblower.

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If every action has an opposite and equal reaction, the whistleblower is that reaction within the surveillance state. Dragnet electronic surveillance is a high-tech revival of tactics used to attack the civil rights movement and political enemies of the Nixon administration. Whistleblowers famously alerted the public to past government overreach, while helping to defend both national security and civil liberties. In contrast, secrecy, retaliation and intimidation undermine our Constitutional rights and weaken our democratic processes more swiftly, more surely, and more corrosively than the acts of terror from which they purport to protect us.

Last year, in a successful effort to derail a constitutional challenge to the law, the Obama administration made these same claims to the U. Supreme Court. The Procedures are complex, but at least some of their flaws are clear. But these statements are not true. The Act is predicated on the theory that foreigners abroad have no right to privacy—or, at any rate, no right that the United States should respect.

Because they have no right to privacy, the U. This is because the Procedures permit the NSA to p that prospective surveillance targets are foreigners outside the United States absent specific information to the contrary—and to p therefore that they are fair game for warrantless surveillance. One of the fundamental problems with the Act is that it permits the government to conduct surveillance without probable cause or individualized suspicion.

Among the things the NSA examines to determine whether a particular address or phone will be used to exchange foreign intelligence information is whether it has been used in the past to communicate with foreigners. In other words, the NSA seems to equate a propensity to communicate with foreigners with a propensity to communicate foreign intelligence information. On its face, the Act permits the NSA to conduct dragnet surveillance, not just surveillance of specific individuals.

Officials who advocated for the Act made clear that this was one of its principal purposes, and unsurprisingly, the Procedures give effect to that de. The Procedures allow the NSA to retain even purely domestic communications.

Given the permissive standards the NSA uses to determine whether prospective surveillance targets are foreigners abroad, errors are inevitable. Some of the communications the NSA collects under the Act, then, will be purely domestic. The Act should require the NSA to purge these communications from its databases, but it does not. The Procedures allow the government to keep and analyze even purely domestic communications if they contain ificant foreign intelligence information, evidence of a crime or encrypted information.

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Again, foreign intelligence information is defined exceedingly broadly. The Procedures allow the government to collect and retain communications protected by the attorney—client privilege.

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The Procedures expressly contemplate that the NSA will collect attorney—client communications. In general, these communications receive no special protection—they can be acquired, retained, and disseminated like any other. Thus, if the NSA acquires the communications of lawyers representing individuals who have been charged before the military commissions at Guantanamo, nothing in the Procedures would seem to prohibit the NSA from sharing the communications with military prosecutors.

The Procedures include a more restrictive rule for communications between attorneys and their clients who have been criminally indicted in the United States—the NSA may not share these communications with prosecutors. Even those communications, however, may be retained to the extent that they include foreign intelligence information. To determine whether a target is a foreigner abroad, the Procedures contemplate that the NSA will consult various NSA databases containing information collected by it and other agencies through als intelligence, human intelligence, law enforcement and other means.

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The Procedures allow the NSA to retain encrypted communications indefinitely. The Procedures permit the NSA to retain, forever, all communications—even purely domestic ones—that are encrypted. In these cases, the public interest in disclosure outweighs the public interest in non-disclosure. Such whistleblowers should firstly be protected from legal reprisals and disciplinary action when disclosing unauthorized information.

Those who reveal information that they reasonably believe to indicate the commission of human rights violations are entitled to such protection. That the NSA is engaged in this surveillance is the result of many factors. Excessive secrecy has made congressional oversight difficult and public oversight impossible. Structural features of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court FISC have prevented that court from serving as an effective guardian of individual rights.

Because the problem Congress confronts today has many roots, there is no single solution to it. It is crucial, however, that Congress take certain steps immediately. It should require the publication of past and future FISC opinions insofar as they evaluate the meaning, scope, or constitutionality of the foreign-intelligence laws.

See 50 U. Only four types of records could be sought under the statute: records from common carriers, public accommodation facilities, storage facilities, and vehicle rental facilities. The business records power was considerably expanded by the Patriot Act. It also authorized the FBI to obtain orders without demonstrating reason to believe that the target was a foreign power or agent of a foreign power.

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National security adviser nsa to pm modi, ajit doval, who turned 75 on january 20 has donned the title of 'indian james bond' following his stint as a spy. Seven years after former national security agency contractor edward snowden blew the whistle on the mass surveillance of americans' telephone records, an appeals court has found the program was unlawful and that the u.

Ajit doval's pakistan stint The Procedures are complex, but at least some of their flaws are clear. United sates national security agency On its face, the Act permits the NSA to conduct dragnet surveillance, not just surveillance of specific individuals.

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