U.S. needs to better protect privacy by non-Americans draining’




U.S. needs to better protect privacy by non-Americans draining’

The United States needs the privacy of non-Americans whose communications are intercepted better protection. That says a committee that advises the U.S. President on the activities of the U.S. secret service NSA.

NSA According to the Committee, to include metadata from phone calls, internet dates and locations of non-Americans, writes The New York Times. However, it is unclear in what respects the protection of non-Americans, including Dutch and Belgians, should be improved.

Earlier, members of the secret service have argued that there are few limitations should be the interception of non-Americans. That are not protected by an article of the U.S. Constitution protects citizens against overly extensive search by the government.

Further restrictions would have to come to a program where data is stored every call, although that program should be able to continue, within the United States considers the committee. In addition, the president would have to supervise directly the NSA, similar to the control of the CIA.


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