The Intercept, founded by Snowden ally Glenn Greenwald, reports: and dating from 2013, govern the FBI’s use of National Security Letters, which allow the bureau to obtain information about journalists’ calls without going to a judge or informing the news organization being targeted.
Meanwhile Minnie and I had a girls' morning and went to buy her some new trainers, have lunch and watch Sing, which we really enjoyed.
I had forgotten how nice it is to split up and spend a day with just one child - they were both so well behaved without the other one to wind them up!
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Generally speaking, there are a variety of FBI officials, including the agents in charge of field offices, who can sign off that an NSL is “relevant” to a national security investigation.
“These supposed rules are incredibly weak and almost nonexistent — as long as they have that second sign-off they’re basically good to go,” said Trevor Timm, executive director of the Freedom of the Press Foundation, which has sued the Justice Department for the release of these rules.
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