US Senate approved extension of disputed bill allowing “unauthorized eavesdropping”

The US Senate approved the bill on the extension of the “section 702” of the Law on Foreign Intelligence (FISA), which provides for “unauthorized” observation for foreign intelligence, including listening.

In support of the law of the law, 60 senators spoke for two years, “against” – 34.

The document must also be approved by US President Joe Biden. The White House has already reported that the American leader would sign a document without delay.

In particular, section 702 of this law allows, including “unauthorized listening” of telephone conversations and viewing the correspondence of Americans.

The implementation of this law by American special services causes disputes. However, the amendments of the opponents of the FISA were rejected.