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Category: section 702

Category: section 702

Instead of obtaining a warrant, the NSA would like to keep buying your data

National Security Agency headquarters. (credit: Trevor Paglen, Wikimedia Commons) An effort by United States lawmakers to prevent government agencies from domestically tracking citizens without a search warrant is facing opposition internally from one of its largest intelligence services. Republican and Democratic aides familiar with ongoing defense-spending negotiations in Congress say officials at the National Security Agency (NSA) have approached lawmakers charged with its oversight about opposing an amendment that would prevent it from paying companies for location data instead of obtaining a warrant in court. Introduced by US representatives Warren Davidson and Sara Jacobs, the amendment, first reported by WIRED,

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