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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
The Federal Government’S Backdoor Key To The Iphone February 25, 2016
Ted Poe, R-TX
"My legislation, H.R. 2233, End Warrantless Surveillance of Americans Act, specifically prohibits the government from either mandating or requesting that a backdoor key be installed in the private phones of citizens."
Remembering Justice Antonin Scalia February 22, 2016
Charles Grassley, R-IA
"According to Justice Scalia and four other Justices, a warrantless search of an automobile of a person who has been put under arrest is permissible under the Fourth Amendment only if there is a continuing threat to officer safety, or there is a need to preserve evidence."
Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Section 702 And Spying By Nsa February 11, 2016
Ted Poe, R-TX
"I have introduced legislation that would prohibit warrantless searches of government databases for information that pertains to U.S. citizens."
Cyber Security August 4, 2015
Steve Daines, R-MT
"We must remain vigilant. We must ensure that we have robust and transparent debate about cyber protection and what reforms must be implemented to protect American civil liberties. We see some of these protections in the legislation I cosponsored, spearheaded by Senators Mike Lee and Pat Leahy. The Electronic Communications Privacy Act Amendments Act of 2015 modernizes our Nation’s electronic privacy laws and brings protections against warrantless searches into harmony with the technological realities of the 21st century."
Statements On Introduced Bills And Joint Resolutions June 17, 2015
John McCain, R-AZ
"S. 1595. A bill to describe the authority under which Federal entities may use mobile aerial-view devices to surveil, protect individual and collective privacy against warrantless governmental intrusion through the use of mobile aerial-view devices, and for other purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary."

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