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United States Privacy Digest | Big Tech companies weigh in on FISA Section 702 reauthorization debate; Report highlights background Related reading: A view from Brussels: Is the finish line for the Data Act in sight?



  • Bloomberg reports Big Tech companies, including Google, Meta and Apple, are lobbying for consideration of data access limitations if Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act is reauthorized by U.S. Congress. Current Section 702 provisions allow U.S. intelligence agencies to parse and collect personal data from individuals' online and mobile communications.
  • The U.S. Congressional Research Service issued a report outlining details of the Title VII of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act ahead of potential reauthorization. The report explains the authority and practices carried out under FISA Section 702, a key point of contention in EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework negotiations.

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