Former National Security Agency Principal Litigation Counsel George Croner talked about Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
Former National Security Agency Principal Litigation Counsel George Croner talked about the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and the reauthorization debate for Section 702, which expires at the end of 2023.
Bell Ringer Assignment
CLIP #1: Who can the government "target" under Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA)?
CLIP #1: Based on the clip, which government agency is principally responsible for collecting information?
CLIP #1: According to George Croner, what is the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court?
CLIP #1: How does Section 702 differ from "traditional FISA?"
CLIP #1: Why does Section 702 include procedures designed to "protect U.S. citizens?"
CLIP #2: Summarize Rep. Jim Jordan's (R-OH) proposed "solution." What is the "pro" and "con?"
CLIP #2: On which point does George Croner disagree with Rep. Jordan? Summarize his rationale.
CLIP #2: What has been a "thorn for a decade or more?" Why?
CLIP #2: On what two points is Rep. Jordan correct, according to Croner? Describe the process by which FBI agents access the Section 702 database.
CLIP #2: What is the negative consequence of requiring "probable cause" for Section 702?