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Former President Barack Obama has been accused of relaxing rules on the handling of NSA intercepts to allow his aides to review intelligence reports.
Under the old set of guidelines the National Surveillance Agency routinely gathered signal intelligence and censored it before passing it on to other agencies.
But under the new rules, the raw data is passed on to other agencies who are then expected themselves to redact non-pertinent information concerning US citizens.
Because of the wide nature of the trawling involved, US citizens were routinely 'inadvertently' recorded communicating with foreign nationals who were being monitored.
According to Circa.com, under the previous administration figures such as Obama's national security adviser Susan Rice, CIA director John Brennan and Attorney General Loretta Lynch were all permitted to view the raw intelligence files.
According to the report, some of the intercepted reports gathered between November and January concerned figures in Donald Trump's transition team who were communicating with foreign nationals.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4363652/Obama-relaxed-rules-handling-NSA-intercepts.html#ixzz4coueJ5xo