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House Approves FISA Reauthorization Despite Controversy

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House Approves FISA Reauthorization Despite Controversy

In a recent development in Washington, DC, the House has passed a bill to reauthorize Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). This decision comes amidst debates over surveillance practices and concerns about privacy rights.

Section 702 of FISA is a critical federal surveillance program that allows intelligence agencies to conduct surveillance on foreigners located abroad, including the collection of electronic communications such as emails and phone calls. While supporters argue that this program is essential for national security and counterterrorism efforts, critics have raised significant concerns about its potential for warrantless spying on Americans.

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