NSA Deletes Fact Sheet On NSA Spying After Senate Points Out It's Actually NSA Lying
from the transparency-needed dept
Separately Tuesday, another NSA official said the removal of the fact sheets and letter from the senators were unrelated.Ah, yeah, I'm sure it had absolutely nothing to do with that whatsoever...
In more "unrelated" news, NSA boss, General Keith Alexander has also admitted that perhaps the fact sheet wasn't fully accurate:
"After reviewing your letter, I agree that the fact sheet that the National Security Agency posted on its website on 18 June 2013 could have more precisely described the requirements for collection under Section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act."Oh, I'm sure that the original wording was fairly "precise." It's just that it was precisely misleading, which is the sort of precision that the NSA seems to specialize in when it comes to any sort of public discussion.