DOJ Report Highlights Disagreements Between FBI, DOJ on Key FISA Processes and Principles
A report from the Department of Justice (DOJ) Inspector General (IG) revealed that the FBI conducted queries of data collected under foreign intelligence surveillance authorities that oversight officials within the DOJ believed were not permissible. The report also found that the FBI and DOJ disagreed over what constitutes a “material” fact that would trigger the government’s obligation to submit a notice to the FISC under Rule 13 of the FISC Rules of Procedure, thereby delaying the government’s reporting of noncompliance.
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