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New legislation aims at stalling NSA reform

John Ribeiro | Dec. 3, 2015
The new bill would let the NSA hold on to bulk phone data already collected.

On Wednesday, court-appointed amicus curiae, or friend of the court, Preston Burton, said that the proposed retention and limited access to the data for three more months would not be in violation of the USA Freedom Act, as its text does not "address squarely" what the government may or may not do with previously acquired data after the program ends. The court has yet to rule on the government request.

 

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