The CIA of the U.S. has released information on the updated rules and regulations concerning collection of data and investigation of U.S. Citizens as of 1/18/2017.
The published information is available on their new website, “Office of Privacy and Civil Liberties”.
This is the first time that this information has been readily available to Citizens.
It states that, “All of the CIA’s intelligence activities must be properly authorized, and the collection, retention, or dissemination of information concerning United States persons may only be conducted pursuant to specific procedures approved by the Director of the CIA and the Attorney General”.
The PDF’s of the information is available at these links:
- CIA’s Executive Order 12333, Attorney General Procedures [PDF 13.2MB*]
- Statement on the Release of the Central Intelligence Agency’s Updated Executive Order 12333 Procedures
- Detailed Description of the Attorney General Procedures [PDF 173 KB*]
Please visit the website for further information!