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Latest denounces of a massive surveillance scheme performed by the USA National Security Agency NSA have brought privacy issues to the headlines of international media. Believe it or not, just like in the movies or conspiracy theories, programs such as PRISM, Fairview and XKeysScore and even satellite interception have been used by the US government to access not only our metadatabut also the content from s and phone calls from citizens all over the world. Due to subsequent events, Latin America was particularly in focus. When Mr. Snowden left Hong Kong and arrived in Russia, many speculated he would ask for asylum in a Latin American country, probably having in mind Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, asylum at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

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Jump to Skip. Disclosures have shown that, until recently, the government regularly tracked the calls of hundreds of millions of Americans.

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The Patriot Act has also made it easier for the government to spy on Americans right here at home over the past 15 years. Our Constitution and democratic system demand that government be transparent and able to the people, not the other way around.

History has shown that powerful, secret surveillance tools will almost certainly be abused for political ends. The ACLU has been at the forefront of the struggle to rein in the surveillance superstructure, which strikes at the core of our rights to privacy, free speech, and association.

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In JuneThe Guardian published documents provided by whistleblower Edward Snowden confirming the massive scale of this international dragnet. Recent disclosures also show that an unknown of purely domestic communications are monitored, that the rules that supposedly protect Americans' privacy are weak and riddled with exceptionsand that virtually every that goes into or out of the United States is scanned for suspicious keywords.

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Learn more about Section The case, Amnesty v. Clapperwas filed on behalf of a broad coalition of attorneys and organizations whose work requires them to engage in sensitive and sometimes privileged telephone and communications with individuals located abroad. Through Upstream surveillance, the U. The suit was brought on behalf of nine educational, legal, human rights, and media organizations, including the Wikimedia Foundation, operator of one of the most-visited websites on the internet.

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Collectively, the plaintiffs engage in more than a trillion sensitive internet communications every year, and each has been profoundly harmed by NSA surveillance. Executive Order 12, ed by President Reagan in and modified many times since, is the authority primarily relied upon by the intelligence agencies to gather foreign intelligence outside of the United States. Recent disclosures indicate that the U. For many years, the government claimed sweeping authority under the Patriot Act to collect a record of every single phone call made by every single American "on an ongoing daily basis.

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For this reason, the ACLU challenged the government's collection of our phone records under Section of the Patriot Act just days after the program was revealed in June by The Guardian. In Maya court of appeals found that the phone records program violated Sectionand Congress allowed the provision to expire in June of that year.

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Our earlier work to reform the Patriot Act includes a of successful challenges to the government's use of and secrecy surrounding National Security Letters. When the FISC was first established init primarily assessed individual surveillance applications to determine whether there was probable cause to believe a specific surveillance target was an agent of a foreign power.

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The ACLU has been advocating and petitioning for access to the FISC for more than a decade, working with Congress and the executive branch, and appearing before the court itself to push for greater transparency. Secret law has no place in a democracy.

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Under the First Amendment, the public has a qualified right of access to FISC opinions concerning the scope, meaning, or constitutionality of the surveillance laws, and that right clearly applies to legal opinions interpreting Americans' bedrock constitutional rights. We all have a right to know, at least in general terms, what kinds of information the government is collecting about innocent Americans, on what scale, and based on what legal theory.

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Surveillance Under Executive Order 12, Executive Order 12, ed by President Reagan in and modified many times since, is the authority primarily relied upon by the intelligence agencies to gather foreign intelligence outside of the United States. Surveillance Under the Patriot Act For many years, the government claimed sweeping authority under the Patriot Act to collect a record of every single phone call made by every single American "on an ongoing daily basis.

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Take Action. NSA Documents. Search the NSA surveillance documents released since the first of the Snowden disclosures in June Donate Today.

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