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. Notably, the report indicated the Office of the U.S. Director of National Intelligence estimated 232,432 non-U.S. persons were subject to digital communications checks during the 2021 calendar year. The surveillance program is due to expire Dec. 31.
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