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Document Type

Note

Publication Date

3-2007

Publication Citation

59 Federal Communications Law Journal 425 (2007)

Abstract

The technological progress of the past thirty years has vastly increased the surveillance capabilities of the global intelligence community. At the same time, the law governing the use of this technology and its consequent information has remained largely static. This lack of adjustment, for better or worse, has rendered federal foreign intelligence surveillance law irrelevant in many respects.

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