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The U. House of Representatives has approved a bipartisan amendment limiting the ability of the National Security Agency to spy on U. The amendment passedwith a majority of both Democrats and Republicans voting for it. Via U. House of Representatives.

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Thomas Massie, a Republican from Kentucky, and Zoe Lofgren, a Democrat from California, proposed and passed an amendment to the Defense Appropriations bill closing off the "incidental" loophole in a late-night session. Via The Guardian. Their reasoning, as approved by former president George Bush and maintained by President Obama, holds that as long as the "target" of a surveillance effort is a foreigner, any "incidental" intelligence gathered is fair game for the NSA.

Via Washington Times. The agency's logic has been criticized by politicians and civil liberty advocates such as Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon, a member of the Select Committee on Intelligence. Controversy over NSA practices has scrambled party allegiances and created unlikely allies in a divided Congress. Via The New York Times. Privacy advocates praised the legislation. In a statement, the Electronic Frontier Foundation called the amendment's passage "a great day in the fight to rein in NSA surveillance abuses.

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The amendment's large margin of victory puts pressure on President Obama, who has defended the NSA's surveillance practices. Obama has the option of vetoing the bill. News and World Report. But before it gets to the President, the amendment must also survive the Senate.

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But the Senate is also home to powerful NSA critics. Via The Hill. By Ben Levin. By Ben Levin June 20, The House of Representatives passed an amendment cutting funding for some of the National Security Agency's surveillance programs.

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House of Representatives Thomas Massie, a Republican from Kentucky, and Zoe Lofgren, a Democrat from California, proposed and passed an amendment to the Defense Appropriations bill closing off the "incidental" loophole in a late-night session. Via The Guardian Their reasoning, as approved by former president George Bush and maintained by President Obama, holds that as long as the "target" of a surveillance effort is a foreigner, any "incidental" intelligence gathered is fair game for the NSA. Via Washington Times The agency's logic has been criticized by politicians and civil liberty advocates such as Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon, a member of the Select Committee on Intelligence.

News and World Report "I think, on balance, we — you know, we have established a process and a procedure that the American people should feel comfortable about.

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