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PCLOB To Meet on NSA Revelations Wednesday

PRIVACY LAW—U.S.

June 14, 2013

As noted in the Federal Register, the Privacy and Civil Liberties Board will meet officially for the first time to “discuss classified information pertaining to the PRISM-related activities and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.” According to a Politico report, PCLOB has already been briefed by the NSA on its activities, but it’s not clear whether that included the entire board or just a portion. This meeting will also notably be the first one headed by newly appointed chair David Medine.
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