US FISA Section 702 reauthorisation faces uphill battle

06/06/2023 | Cyberscoop

Despite the US intelligence community advocating for the reauthorisation of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act since February, Cyberscoop reports the Biden administration faces an uphill battle. While officials have cited various examples of how Section 702 has been used in the past, specific incidents related to cyberattacks have been scarce. 

In related news, The Guardian reports that it's been ten years since Edward Snowden disclosed the mass surveillance operations of the US and UK governments.

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