CNAS: “The ‘Section 702’ Surveillance Program: What You Need to Know”


READ THE REPORT — The Center for a New American Security’s August 2017 report entitled “The ‘Section 702′ Surveillance Program: What You Need to Know,” co-authored by Adam Klein, CNAS’ Robert M. Gates senior fellow, Madeline Christian, a former technology and national security intern at CNAS, and Matt Olsen, an adjunct senior fellow in the think tank’s Technology & National Security program, dissects the controversial portion of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act ahead of its tentative expiration on Dec. 31, 2017 (barring congressional reauthorization). The report explains how the provision’s surveillance authorities differ from other FISA ones, the scope of potential targeting, how authorized data is collected and more. Learn more about the report here.

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