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Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act

Foreign Intelligence Surveillance ActThe Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Actof 1978 prescribes procedures for requesting judicial authorization for electronic surveillance and physical search of persons engaged in espionage or international terrorism against the United States on behalf of a foreign power.Requests are adjudicated by a special eleven member court called the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.FISA Annual Reports to Congress2017 Annual Report ("107 report"), April 30, 2018Report from the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts for 2017, April 25, 2018IC Transparency Report 2017, May 4, 2018Report on use of pen register and/or trap and trace devices (PR/TT) for 2017, July 3, 2018The FISA Amendments Act: Q&A, ODNI Fact Sheet, April 2017Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court -- Current MembershipCurrent and Past Members of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, 1978-2013Congressional Research Service ReportsReform of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC): Selection of JudgesReform of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Courts: Procedural and Operational ChangesOverview of Constitutional Challenges to NSA Collection Activities and Recent DevelopmentsReform of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Courts: A Brief OverviewReform of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Courts: Introducing a Public AdvocateReform of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Courts: Disclosure of FISA OpinionsReauthorization of the FISA Amendments ActAmendments to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Extended Until June 1, 2015, June 16, 2011Retroactive Immunity Provided by the FISA Amendments Act of 2008, July 25, 2008The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act: A Brief Overview of Selected Issues, July 7, 2008The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act: Comparison of House-Passed H.R. 3773, S. 2248 as Reported By the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, and S. 2248 as Reported Out of the Senate Judiciary Committee, February 8, 2008The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act: An Overview of the Statutory Framework and U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court and U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review Decisions, updated February 15, 2007The U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court and the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review: An Overview, January 24, 2007Amendments to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, 1994-2006, July 19, 2006Former FISA Court Judge John D. Bates on Potential Changes to FISA, letter to Senate Intelligence Committee, January 13, 2014FISC Amended Memorandum Opinion on Section 215 of the USA PATRIOT Acton constitutionality of bulk collection of telephony metadata, August 29, 2013DNI Clapper Declassifies Intelligence Community Documents Regarding Collection Under Section 501 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), news release, September 10, 2013FISC Order approving the Government's request for authorization to collect bulk telephony metadata under Section 501 of FISA, May 24, 2006Supplemental Opinion from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, December 12, 2008FISC Order Regarding Preliminary Notice of Compliance Incident Dated January 15, 2009, January 28, 2009Memorandum of the United States in response to the Court's Order Dated January 28, 2009, February 12, 2009Notice of Compliance Incidents, February 26, 2009FISC Order to Query Telephony Metadata on a Case by Case Basis, March 2, 2009FISC Order to Report Weekly on Dissemination of Information from Telephony Metadata, June 22, 2009Govt Report in Response to FISC Primary Order of July 9, 2009, August 19, 2009NSA review of implementation of the FISC's authorization under Section 215, June 25, 2009FISC Primary Order, September 3, 2009FISC Order Regarding Further Compliance Incidents, September 25, 2009Supplemental FISC Opinion Regarding Queries of Telephony Metadata, November 5, 2009DNI Clapper Declassifies Section 702 Documents, news release, August 21, 2013FISC Memorandum Opinionby Judge Bates (redacted), October 3, 2011FISC Memorandum Opinionby Judge Bates (redacted), November 30, 2011FISC Memorandum Opinion on Upstream Collectionby Judge Bates (redacted), September 2012DNI Clapper Declassifies and Releases Telephone Metadata Collection Documents, news release, July 31, 2013Primary Order for Business Records Collection Under Section 215 of the USA PATRIOT Act, declassified FISA Court order, April 25, 2013Updated Report on NSA's Bulk Collection Programs for USA PATRIOT Act Reauthorization, declassified report to Congress, February 2, 2011Report on the National Security Agency's Bulk Collection Programs Affected by USA PATRIOT Act Reauthorization, declassified report to Congress, December 14, 2009Public Filings Before the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance CourtFISA Court Presiding Judge Reggie Walton on Court Operations, letter to Sen. Leahy, July 29, 2013FISA Court Reports Further on Modifications to Government Applications, letter to Senator Leahy, October 11, 2013Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Renews Authority to Collect Telephony Metadata, ODNI news release, July 19, 2013FISC Cites Obstacles to Summarizing Court Opinions, March 27, 2013 (in response to letterfrom Senate Intelligence Committee, February 13, 2013)DNI Declassifies Three Statements About Collection under the FISA Amendments Act, letter to Sen. Wyden, July 20, 2012 (Wiredstory)Semiannual Assessments of Compliance with FISA Amendments Act Procedures and Guidelines, Submitted by the Attorney General and the Director of National Intelligence (Redacted)Reporting Period: September 4, 2008 - November 30, 2008, March 2009Reporting Period: December 1, 2008 - May 31, 2009, December 2009Reporting Period: June 1, 2009 - November 30, 2009, May 2010DNI and Attorney General Urge Renewal of FISA Amendments Act Title VIIwith background paper, February 8, 2012FISA Amendments Act Implementation, documents obtained by ACLU under the Freedom of Information Act, December 2010Appeals Court Rejects Challenge to FISA, USA v. Hassan Abu-Jihaad, December 20, 2010Court Rejects Motion for Release of FISA Materials, USA v. Kashmiri, November 10, 2010FISA Court of Review Opinionupholding surveillance directives under the Protect America Act, August 22, 2008 (with Orderto release the Opinion, January 12, 2009) (Secret Court Ruling Put Tech Companies in Data Bind, New York Times, June 13, 2013) (FISCR Opinionas newly redacted in 2014) (more from Yahoo, ODNI)Selected Aspects of the Department of Energy's Activities Involving the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, DOE Inspector General, May 6, 2009Senate Approves Amendment to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, July 9, 2008House Approves Amendment to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, June 20, 2008The FISA as amended by the Patriot Act is Unconstitutional, court ruling in Mayfield v. United States, District of Oregon, September 26, 2007 (vacated on appeal, December 10, 2009)FISA Court Will Supervise Cases Formerly Conducted Under the Terrorist Surveillance Program, letter from Attorney General Gonzales to the Senate Judiciary Committee, January 17, 2007ACLU Petitions FIS Court to for Leave to Participate in FISA Amendment Act Proceedings (2008)FIS Court Denies ACLU Motion, August 27, 2008ACLU Reply in Support of Motion for Leave to Participate, August 5, 2008Govt Opposition to ACLU Motion for Leave to Participate, July 29, 2008ACLU Motion for Leave to Participate in Proceedings Required by Sect. 702(i) of the FISA Amendments Act of 2008, July 10, 2008ACLU Petitions FIS Court to Release Records (2007)Court Denies ACLU Motion for Release of Records, December 11, 2007ACLU Reply in Support of Motion for Release of FIS Court Records, September 14, 2007Govt Opposition to ACLU Motion for Release of FIS Court Records, August 31, 2007FIS Court Orders Govt to Respond to ACLU Motion for Release, August 16, 2007ACLU Motion for Release of Certain FIS Court Records, August 8, 2007DOJ/Attorney General Gonzales' responses to the House Judiciary Committee's oversight letters regarding the NSA Terrorist Surveillance Program, March 24, 2006FISA Court Rules and ProceduresAmended Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Rules of Procedure, effective November 1, 2010Proposed Amended Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Rules of Procedure, for public comment, August 26, 2010Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Rules of Procedure, effective February 17, 2006Procedures for Review of Petitions Filed Pursuant to Section 501(f) of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978, as Amended, May 5, 2006Procedures for Review of Petitions Filed Under Section 105(b)(h) of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978, as Amended, draft (October 2007)Rules for U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review, FISCR Order No. 1, January 22, 1980Sen. Pat Roberts on the Constitutionality of Warrantless Electronic Surveillance, letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee, February 3, 2006Attorney General Gonzales Speech on NSA Surveillance Activityat Georgetown University, January 24, 2006Remarks of Gen. Michael V. Hayden, at the National Press Club, January 23, 2006Legal Authorities Supporting the Activities of the National Security Agency Described by the President, Department of Justice White Paper, January 19, 2006Presidential Authority to Conduct Warrantless Electronic Surveillance to Gather Foreign Intelligence Information, Congressional Research Service, January 5, 2006DoJ Letter on Legal Authority for NSA Surveillancefrom Asst. Attorney General William E. Moschella, December 22, 2005A Response to the Justice Department from Law Professors and Former Government Officials, January 9, 2006Justice Department Answers to Questions for the Record, transmitted to the Senate Judiciary Committee, October 20, 2005NSA Report on Congress on Legal Standards for the Intelligence Communityin Conducting Electronic Surveillance, February 2000Oversight of NSA Electronic Surveillance Activities, statement of NSA Director Lt. Gen. Michael V. Hayden, April 12, 2000Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004: "Lone Wolf" Amendment to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, December 29, 2004Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act: Selected Legislation from the 108th Congress, Congressional Research Service, 2005Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Procedures to Ensure Accuracy("Woods Procedures"), by Michael J. Woods, FBI Office of General Counsel, April 5, 2001FBI Director Mueller Explains the Significance of the Woods Procedures, in response to questions from Sen. Patrick Leahy, transmitted August 29, 2003US Navy Memo on Changes to FISA due to USA Patriot Act, September 2003 (MS Word version)"So Judge, How Do I Get That FISA Warrant?": The Policy and Procedure for Conducting Electronic Surveillance, The Army Lawyer, October 1997ACLU and EPIC vs. Department of Justice: FOIA Lawsuit on Patriot Act/FISASelected Case Files on Patriot FOIA@ACLUSelected Case Files and Document Releases@EPICDeclaration of James A. Baker, Justice Department Office of Intelligence Policy and ReviewImplementation of FISA Under the USA Patriot Act: Justice Department Responses to Congressional QuestionsLetter to Sen. Patrick Leahyfrom Assistant Attorney General Daniel J. Bryant, December 23, 2002 (PDF)Letter to Sen. Patrick Leahyfrom Assistant Attorney General Daniel J. Bryant, December 23, 2002 (PDF)Letter to Sen. Russell Feingoldfrom Assistant Attorney General Daniel J. Bryant, December 23, 2002 (PDF)Hearing of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review, on Justice Department appeal from FIS Court Decision, transcript of closed hearing, September 9, 2002.Memorandum Opinion of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, rejecting and revising Justice Department intelligence sharing procedures, May 17, 2002. Related attachments:Letter of Transmittal from Presiding Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly, August 20, 2002Letter to the FISA Court from Sens. Leahy, Grassley, Specter, July 31, 2002Attorney General Memorandum on Intelligence Sharing Procedures, March 6, 2002Deputy Attorney General Memorandum on Intelligence Sharing, August 6, 2001Memo to the Attorney General on Interim Procedures Governing Foreign Intelligence and Counterintelligence Investigations, approved January 21, 20001995 Attorney General Procedures for Contacts Between FBI and Criminal Division in Foreign Intelligence and Counterintelligence Investigations, adopted July 19, 1995FIS Court of Review Decision Authorizing Collection of Post Cut Through Digits, April 14, 2016 (Certification of the Issuefrom the FISC, February 12, 2016)Justice Dept Appeal to the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review, seeking to vacate FIS Court Opinion and Order, August 21, 2002Amicus Brief Submitted to the FIS Court of Review, in support of the FIS Court Opinion and Order, filed by ACLU, et al, September 19, 2002 (PDF)FIS Court of Review Decision, ruling against the FIS Court, decided November 18, 2002Supplemental Brief Submitted by the Justice Department in Support of Its Appeal to the FIS Court of Review, September 25, 2002FISA MistakesLetter from Rep. William Delahunt, requesting information on FISA mistakes, June 14, 2002.Electronic Communication on FISA Mistakes, transmitted by letter from M.E. Bowman (FBI), August 7, 2002.Congressional Hearings and StatementsStrengthening Privacy Rights and National Security: Oversight of FISA Surveillance Programs, Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, July 31, 2013The Administration's use of FISA Authorities, hearing before the House Judiciary Committee, July 17, 2013Modernization of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, hearing before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, July 19, 2006Amending the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, S. 113, on the Senate floor, May 8, 2003Amending the FISA, Senate Judiciary Committee Report on the Kyl/Schumer Amendment, S. Rep. 108-40, April 29, 2003FISA Implementation Failures, Interim Report on FBI Oversight in the 107th Congress by the Senate Judiciary Committee, released by Senators Specter, Leahy and Grassley, February 25, 2003Freedom to Read Protection Act (HR 1157), to exempt libraries and bookstores from foreign intelligence reporting requirements, introduced in the House on March 6, 2003.Amending the FISA Law, statement of Sen. Jon Kyl, October 15, 2002The USA Patriot Act in Practice: Shedding Light on the FISA Process, statement of Senate Republicans, September 24, 2002The USA Patriot Act in Practice:Shedding Light on the FISA Process, Senate Judiciary Committee, September 10, 2002Proposals to Amend the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, Senate Intelligence Committee, July 31, 2002Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Report 95-1283, pt. 1, June 8, 1978FISA Annual Reports to CongressReport from the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts for 2017-- Report from the AOUSC for 2016-- Report from the AOUSC for 20152017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 20112010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 20012000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991, 1990, 19891988, 1987, 1986, 1985, 1984, 1983, 1982, 1981, 1980, 1979IC Statistical Transparency Reports Regarding Use of National Security AuthoritiesCY 2017, CY 2016, CY 2015, CY 2014, CY 2013Executive OrdersExercise of Certain Authority Respecting Electronic Surveillance, Executive Order 12139, 23 May 1979Foreign Intelligence Physical Searches, Executive Order 12949, 9 February 1995FISA Legislative History: Additional Views of Sen. Malcolm Wallop, from Senate Report 95-701


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