coolnumbr12 writes: For all its public statements about Edward Snowden, the U.S. government appears unthreatened by the leaks the former NSA contractor revealed about secret surveillance programs. The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court renewed the government’s authority Friday to continue the programs for at least another three months. The programs must be renewed every three months and were set to expire July 19, according to Hacker News. The FISA court will have to make another ruling in October.
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