Patriot Act


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Patriot Act:

see USA PATRIOT ActUSA PATRIOT Act
[Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorists], 2001, U.S.
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New regulations under the USA PATRIOT Act are forcing insurers to tackle issues related to money laundering and terrorist financing within the industry.
The Patriot Act allows expanded surveillance of foreign students, including their Internet activities.
Yet this is substantially what the Bush administration and its allies in the building of an imperial presidency did when they labeled their grasp for power "The Patriot Act.
Similar good news comes in David Weigel's "When Patriots Dissent" (page 32), which details how an increasing number of lawmakers have not only stood up against the most extreme provisions of the PATRIOT Act but have been rewarded at the ballot box for doing so.
While the PATRIOT Act does not necessarily have a direct impact on RIM in all industries, it has a profound impact in certain key sectors.
Two days after Senate couldn't come to an agreement before the program lapsed, the USA Patriot Act lives once again.
Summary: Two days after Senate couldn’t come to an agreement before the program lapsed, the USA Patriot Act lives once again.
The author of the Patriot Act on Sunday continued his criticism of the National Security Agency's widespread surveillance of U.
Congress passed a four-year extension of three provisions of the Patriot Act May 26, despite a spirited Senate effort to derail the bill by Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.
Ron Wyden, the Oregon Democrat who sits on the Intelligence Committee, took to the Senate floor Thursday to serve notice that the executive branch has devised a secret legal theory of the Patriot Act that is at stark odds with a plain reading of the text.