Congress has one more shot to delay government hacking expansion

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Media Outlet: The Hill

In The Hill, Robyn Greene wrote about Congress's last chance to stop the expansion of government hacking.

It is critical that, before these substantive and substantial changes take effect, Congress debate them and demand answers from the Department of Justice (DOJ) to basic questions that members have asked, and to which no response has been issued.
Congressional inaction that permits these rule changes to go into effect will result in a significant expansion of government hacking into suspects' and victims' computers alike.

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Robyn Greene is the policy counsel and government affairs lead for the Open Technology Institute at New America specializing in issues concerning surveillance and cybersecurity.