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About "FISA 702"
Summary: Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act allows the government to spy on communications of suspected foreign terrorists without a warrant. What’s the problem? When doing this, intelligence agencies track and store information on any Americans who have made contact with any person deemed a threat. This includes highly personal information such as texts, emails, and phone calls, and the government can search this information without a warrant. Section 702 captures large amounts of American data, which threatens our right to privacy and can easily be abused by the government. The USA RIGHTS ACT of 2017 reforms section 702 to strengthen privacy protections and prevent the government from surveilling Americans without a warrant.
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