July 10, 2009 | By Kevin Bankston

Unclassified Version of Report to Congress on NSA Program is Available Now

A classified report to Congress on the National Security Agency's warrantless surveillance program was submitted today -- as required by the FISA Amendments Act, passed one year ago today -- by the Inspectors General of the Justice Department, the NSA, and other agencies involved in the program. Hot off the presses, here's a PDF we've obtained of the the unclassified version of the report.


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