The FISA court got really upset when the NSA didn’t tell the truth on surveillance

For weeks, we’ve all been trying to determine whether the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court is a rubber stamp or an effective check on the NSA’s broad surveillance powers. The Obama administration insists that FISC’s existence is evidence that the system works. Critics of the court say it is either complicit with the NSA or powerless to resist it.

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