COI #138: New DOJ Rules Open Massive Loopholes for Spying on Journalists

by | Jul 21, 2021

COI #138: New DOJ Rules Open Massive Loopholes for Spying on Journalists

by | Jul 21, 2021

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On COI #138, Kyle breaks down several important news stories from around the world. The US Department of Justice announced new rules that prevent federal prosecutors from seeking the records of journalists that publish leaked information. However, Attorney General Merrick Garland left open massive loopholes to snoop on reporters if they are suspected of being “terrorists” or “foreign agents.” Kyle also discusses a significant probe into Pegasus, a spyware program developed by Israeli firm NSO Group.

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