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The Government's System of Secrecy Is Broken

Take FISC. President Obama calls it "transparent," but the government's Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court is so secret that the Electronic Frontier Foundation had trouble figuring out how to file a brief with it. There's a reason for this. FISC is, among other things, tasked with reviewing and approving the government's efforts to track and investigate those accused of being involved with terror activities. While the makeup of the court is public information, not much else is.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013
The Atlantic Wire

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