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By Dustin Volz. As required by law, the NSA will end its wide-ranging surveillance program by p.
EST Saturday a. The transition is a long-awaited victory for privacy advocates and tech companies wary of broad government surveillance at a time when national security concerns are heightened in the wake of the Paris attacks earlier this month.
It comes two and a half years after the controversial program was exposed by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. The move, mandated by a law passed six months ago, represents the greatest reduction of U. Under the Freedom Act, the NSA and law enforcement agencies can no longer collect telephone calling records in bulk in an effort to sniff out suspicious activity.
Instead analysts must now get a court order to ask telecommunications companies like Verizon Communications to enable monitoring of call records of specific people or groups for up to six months. Some Republican lawmakers want to preserve bulk collection untilciting the Nov.
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the killings. But any new surveillance measures are unlikely to become law ahead of the November presidential elections.
A presidential review committee concluded the surveillance regime did not lead to a single clear counterterrorism breakthrough that could be directly attributed to the program. After that the NSA will purge all of its historic records once pending litigation is resolved.
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