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DOJ's 2012 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Report

DOJ's 2012 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Report

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The DOJ's 2012 annual Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Report shows that out of 1,789 electronic surveillance applications to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, not one application was rejected.
The DOJ's 2012 annual Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Report shows that out of 1,789 electronic surveillance applications to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, not one application was rejected.

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Office of the
As ·
t
Attorney
General
The Honorabl Harry ReidMajority Lead rUnited States enateWashington, C 20510
DearMr.Le
U.S.
Department of
Jusrce
I
Office
of
Legislative Affaus
Washington, D.C. 20530
.
APR
3 0
2013
· This re
rt
is submitted pursuant to sections 107 and 502
of
the Foreign IntelligenceSurveillance Act
of
1978 (the "Act"), as amended, 50 U.S.C.
§
1801
et
seq.,
and sectiop
118
of
the
USA
PATRIOT Improvement and Reauthorization Act
of
2005, Pub.
L.
No. 109-1
V7
(2006).
In
accordance with those provisions, this report provides information regarding all
ap~lications
made
by
the
Gove=ent
during calendar year 2012 for authority to conduct electronic·surveillance
f+
foreign intelligence purposes under the Act, all applications made by theGovernment d · g calendar year 2012 for access to certain business records (including theproduction
of
"hie
things) for foreign intelligence purposes, and certain requests
millie
by theFederal Burea
of
Investigation pursuant to national aecurity letter authorities.
In
addi1ion, whilenot required t
do
so by statute, the
Gove=ent
is prpviding information concerning the number
of
applicatio made during calendar year 2012 for authority to conduct physical searches forforeign intelli ence purposes.tions
Made
to
the
Foreign Intelligence Surveillance
Court
During
Calendar
12 (section 107
of
the Act, 50 U.S.
C.
§
1807)calendar year 2012, the
Gove=ent
made 1,856 applications to the Foreigneillance Court (the "FISC") for authority to conduct electronic surveililanceand/or physi searches for foreign intelligence purposes. The 1,856 applications includeapplications nlade solely for electronic surveillance, applications made solely for
physi,Cal
search,and combined applications requesting authority for electronic surveillance
and
physica1 search.
Of
these,
1,
789 applications included requests for authority to conduct electronic surv<Wance.
Ofth
1
e 1,789 applications, one
was
withdrawn by the Government.
The
FISQ did notdeny any app · tions
in
whole
or in
part
The FISC made modifications to the proposjld orders
I
I

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