Lawmakers Unveil Bill to Curb Warrantless Surveillance Powers

Tue Dec 5, 2023 AT 9:53 AM EST

A bipartisan group of House lawmakers on Monday introduced a bill to reauthorize the intelligence communities’ warrantless spy powers with new restrictions on accessing data collected on Americans and greater penalties for law enforcement who violate the law. 

The bill, sponsored by Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., and a bipartisan group of co-sponsors, attempts to resolve the Section 702 debate of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act ahead of its end-of-the-year expiration. 

The requirement that law enforcement entities obtain a warrant to review any information on Americans swept up in other searches has been called a red line by national security leaders and is a top priority for privacy rights groups. Read Full Story

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