Memorandum Opinion and Order
Holding, Findings, and Matters of Law
Holding §702 targeting and minimization procedures used in this case are consistent with the requirements of 50 U.S.C. §§1881a(d)-(e) and with the Fourth Amendment, noting that in 2008 the government reported overcollection, and determining that preventative and remedial measures to limit overcollection incidents adequately protects Fourth Amendment interests.
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Order and Memorandum Opinion, In re Application of the Federal Bureau of Investigation for an Order Requiring Production of Tangible Things McLaughlin, Mary A. (United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, 2013-12-18)