“These are important steps toward protecting the civil liberties and Fourth Amendment rights of citizens,” Jack Mannino, CEO at nVisium, told Threatpost. “Intelligence agencies do important work, and it’s necessary for them to be able to do their jobs, while preserving legal and moral boundaries. States, such as California, have passed legislation to protect internet privacy, and other states are quickly moving in the same direction. Overreaching surveillance erodes trust in the systems we use and our expectation of privacy.”

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