Tuesday, January 19, 2010

"False Terrorism Emergencies": FBI Violated US Electronic Communications Privacy Act

"The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has violated US laws by collecting over 2,000 telephone records under the Bush administration.

The Washington Post said Tuesday it obtained emails that showed the 'spy agency' created false terrorism emergencies between 2002 and 2006 in order to collect information concerning its citizens.

According to the report, the FBI admitted that it had violated the Electronic Communications Privacy Act by doing so."

Press TV - Report: FBI violated phone conversation privacy

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