Clapper: NSA conducts warrantless searches on American’s emails and phone calls
In a letter to Oregon Senator Ron Wyden, James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, confirmed that the National Security Agency has used a ‘loophole’ to search the private communications of US Citizens.
According to The Guardian
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Upstream program – a huge network of internet cable taps.
Clapper did not say how many warrantless searches had been performed by the NSA. It was not the first time the searches had been confirmed: after the Snowden leaks, the office of the director of national intelligence declassified documents that discussed the rule change. But Clapper’s letter drew greater attention to the issue.
I am sure Diane Feinstein will be outraged. Oh, wait. She is only outraged when the NSA is spying on her.