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NSLs are a used by the government to force telecom companies to give upcustomer information without the use of a warrant from a judge. The question is at the heart of an ongoing court battle between the Federal Bureau of Investigations and two communications service providers represented by the Electronic Frontier Foundation. EFF is representing CREDO Mobile and Cloudflare in their efforts to defend themselves against the use of the controversial national security letters (NSL). Both companies were legally bound to secrecy for years under the provisions of the NSL, itself a creation of the 2001 PATRIOT Act. NSLs are a tool used by the U.S. government to force telecommunications companies to give customer information without the use of a warrant from a judge. They are supposed to be issued by the FBI to gather information from companies when that information is related to national security investigations.
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A tropical low brewing 600 kilometres north-east of the Queensland coast could make landfall early next week as a category four cyclone or higher, the Bureau of Meteorology says.
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The Economic Times
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The Central Bureau of Investigation has informed that it has registered 104 regular cases (RCs) related to Chit Fund and ponzi schemes in many parts of the country, he said.
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ABC News - Queensland
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A tropical low brewing 600 kilometres north-east of the Queensland coast could make landfall early next week as a category three cyclone or higher, the Bureau of Meteorology says.
ABC News - Queensland
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A tropical low brewing 600 kilometres north-east of the Queensland coast could make landfall somewhere between Cairns and Townsville early next week as a category three cyclone or higher, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) says.
BBC News 24
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and try to dig into that and cover it. But it was a revelation that the FBI was looking at that as early as now evidently they were, it's kind of one more drip in something that I've been highly critical of the Bureau about,.
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BBC News 24
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in something that I've been highly critical of the Bureau about, which is the double standard they applied in this campaign. The intervention, the number of resources they spent, the scores of FBI agents they had poring over Hillary Clinton's e-mail.
BBC News 24
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But it was a revelation that the FBI was looking at that as early as now evidently they were, it's kind of one more drip in something that I've been highly critical of the Bureau about, which is the double standard they applied in this campaign
BBC News 24
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evidently they were, it's kind of one more drip in something that I've been highly critical of the Bureau about, which is the double standard they applied in this campaign. The intervention, the number of resources they spent, the scores of FBI agents they had poring over Hillary Clinton's e-mail.
BBC News 24
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been highly critical of the bureau about, which is the double standard they applied in this campaign. The intervention, the number of resources they spend, the scores of FBI agents they had poring over Hillary Clinton's.
BBC News 24
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TIME - Top Stories
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Washington Free Beacon
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Immigration-related crimes made up half of all federal law enforcement arrests in 2014, according to a new Department of Justice report released Thursday. Immigration offenses accounted for more than 81,000 of the 165,256 arrests made by federal authorities in 2014, the Bureau of Justice Statistics found in its study. Nearly two-thirds of the total number of federal arrests occurred in the five jurisdictions that sit along the U.S.-Mexican border. The report further found those arrested along the U.S. southern border to be more likely than those arrested in any other region in the country to return to federal prison within three years of release. "These statistics make it clear that immigration-related offenses along the United States border with Mexico account for an enormous portion of the federal government's law enforcement resources and that we must enforce our immigration laws in a way that consistently deters future violations," Justice Department spokeswomen Sarah Isgur Flores said in a statement Thursday.
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Politico
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Stabenow asked Perdue specifically about a letter sent to USDA this week from the American Farm Bureau Federation, National Farmers Union and National Milk Producers Federation, which requested that the department create a separate category of crop insurance for animal products, like milk, in order to avoid a $20 million cap on insurance policies for the livestock sector. Perdue said the suggestionintrigued” him, adding that he is “absolutely committed to looking for a way to give immediate and temporary relief ahead of the 2018 farm bill.” He also said any response would have to be “mindful” of budgetary constraints. Perdue promised to work with the White House to ensure access to migrant farm labor year-round, an important issue for agriculture and one that is seemingly at odds with a key point of Trump’s agenda. Farmers face a labor shortage, and a seasonal visa program has proven insufficient.