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ICE Launches $2.4M Deal With Data Surveillance Firm

“Are we comfortable with the idea of calling and location data being trawled through for the purpose of hunting down people who might not really be guilty of anything more serious than wanting to come here and work?” a Cato Institute privacy and security expert asked.

Susan Rice Did Not Break the Law: Congress

The president’s national security adviser has the authority to unmask Americans intercepted in foreign surveillance. That means what Susan Rice did is standard practice, according to experts.

CIA Outlines New Rules for Monitoring Americans

The new rules were released amid continued public discomfort over the government's surveillance powers, an issue that gained prominence following revelations in 2013 by former government contractor Edward Snowden.