When official documents are released on the eve of a national holiday, there is a good chance they will attract little notice. This almost happened with a July 2 report on a national security law known as Section 702, which allows warrantless surveillance of people who do not have US citizenship. Bland and bureaucratic, the 150-page report, issued by the bipartisan Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, mostly found that the surveillance program was working as it was supposed to, and thus seemed certain to disappear from view before the July Fourth fireworks on the National Mall were over.
NSA Surveillance: What the Government Can’t See
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