Juan_Bottom wrote:FBI's 'National Security Letters' Demands Ruled Unconstitutional"National security letters date back to the 1980s and were strengthened under the USA Patriot Act, the counterterrorism law put into place after Sept. 11. The letters allow the FBI to get data on phone, financial and electronic records without a judge or grand jury, as long as the head of an FBI field office certifies that the records would be relevant to a counterterrorism investigation. They typically come with strict secrecy orders, barring the recipient from acknowledging the case to anyone but attorneys."
FBI Director: "Hey, FBI director, can I use this?"
FBI Director: "Sure, FBI director!"
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