Holder releases new rules for media surveillance


Basically they’re trying to say how liberals will monitor liberals.
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The Justice Department dumped its new rules for federal investigations of media organizations late Friday, saying it will ensure “more robust oversight” prior to approving future investigations of reporters’ activities.

The statement is intended to end the scandal caused by the revelation that the department had claimed Fox news reporter James Rosen broke the law while seeking a court’s approval for surveillance of the reporter’s source in the federal government.

“Members of the news media will not be subject to prosecution based solely on newsgathering activities… the department views the use of [surveillance] tools to seek evidence from or involving the news media as an extraordinary measure,” said the statement.



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