Obama Administration Gets Failing Grade on Surveillance Reform

EPIC has launched a scorecard for the 46 surveillance reform recommendations made two years ago by the President's Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies. Although some of the recommendations have been fully implemented, the Administration has failed to implement most of them. The recommendations set out to limit NSA surveillance, expand judicial oversight, create new transparency requirements, update federal privacy laws, and create a new privacy agency. During the review process, EPIC met with the review group and submitted extensive comments to the panel, specifically urging the end of the bulk record collection program.

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