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Daily Dashboard | Former NSA lawyer shares myths, concerns and thoughts on Section 702 Related reading: 702 hearing: Gavels swinging and questions lingering

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As FBI Director James Comey and National Security Agency Director Michael Rogers testify before a House Intelligence Committee hearing Monday on the role Russia played in the 2016 presidential election, concerns about the renewal of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, which is due for renewal at the end of this year, are front-and-center. Earlier this month, April Doss, CIPP/US, former Associate General Counsel for Intelligence Law at the NSA, testified before the House Judiciary Committee on 702's reauthorization. In this post for Privacy Perspectives, Doss debunks two "big myths" about Section 702, relates two concerns she has about perceptions of the provision, and shares two final thoughts as lawmakers consider its renewal, noting, "as Congress continues its work, it's worth remembering that things that aren't broke, don't need fixing." 
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