US lower chamber votes to reauthorise Section 702 for 2 years

15/04/2024 | The New York Times

The US House of Representatives has voted 273 in favour and 147 against to approve a two-year extension of Section 702 of the US Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. An amendment to required warrants for Section 702 searches was voted down ahead of the final vote. 

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