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Daily Dashboard | Trump official says FBI, NSA can lawfully use Section 702 even if it expires Related reading: Commission proposes enhancements to data sharing protocols

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Lawyers from the Trump administration said the National Security Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation can continue their warrantless surveillance program under Section 702 of the Foreign Surveillance Act even if Congress fails to extend the law by the end of the year, The New York Times reports. Though the law is scheduled to expire at the end of the month, Office of the Director of National Intelligence Spokesman Brian Hale said the government could keep the program active for months heading into the new year, as the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court could issue an order to allow Section 702 to continue “in effect for a short time even if Congress doesn’t act to reauthorize the law in a timely fashion.” (Registration may be required to access this story.) 
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