There’s a Big Loophole in the Pentagon’s Guide to Eavesdropping

A privacy update to 1982 Defense Department rules for conducting surveillance on Americans contains a loophole that lets the National Security Agency continue eavesdropping on a wide swath of online conversations, critics say.

DOD Manual 5240.01: Procedures Governing the Conduct of DOD Intelligence Activities” was last issued when all email addresses could fit in a Parent Teacher Association-sized directory.

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