Doss weighs in on reauthorization of section 702

Doss weighs in on reauthorization of section 702
House Judiciary Committee considers reauthorizing Section 702 – cautiously
March 2, 2017
Angelique Carson, CIPP/US
IAPP’s The Privacy Advisory

April Doss, partner and chair of Saul Ewing’s Cybersecurity and Privacy Practice, discusses reasons for supporting the reauthorization of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. 
“It’s a misconception that 702 represents bulk data collection and intelligence officials pouring through it at will. Rather, collection can only happen when an intelligence analyst is able to articulate and document a specific set of facts to meet the statutory and procedural requirements for demonstrating a specific, non-U.S. person who’s reasonably believed to be outside of the U.S. is likely to have foreign intelligence data,” said April in the article. 
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