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House Set to Reauthorize FISA with Privacy Reforms

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House Set to Reauthorize FISA with Privacy Reforms

In Washington, DC, the House of Representatives is gearing up to tackle the reauthorization of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), a program that has long been a subject of controversy and debate. Speaker Mike Johnson announced today that the House will soon deliberate on a FISA reauthorization bill, emphasizing that it includes a series of reforms aimed at safeguarding the privacy rights of American citizens.


One of the key provisions of FISA is Section 702, which grants U.S. authorities the authority to conduct surveillance on non-American individuals. . .

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