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Debate Over the Secret Court That Approves Surveillance

  • Aired: 07/31/2013
  • 09:52
  • Rating: NR
The role of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court has come under scrutiny in the wake of leaks on NSA surveillance programs. Who serves on the FISA Court? And is there any oversight for the judges who oversee government surveillance programs? Jeffery Brown poses these questions to experts James Bamford and Steven Bradbury.
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