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Must possess a Bachelor's degree in radiological imaging and technology and/or a Diploma in radiography. Must be registered with the
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The scale of America s surveillance state
was laid bare on Wednesday as senior politi-
cians revealed that the US counter-terrorism
effort had swept up swaths of personal data
from the phone calls of millions of citizens
After the revelation by the Guardian of a
sweeping secret court order that authorised
the FBI to seize all call records from a subsidiary
of Verizon, the Obama administration sought
to defuse mounting anger over what critics
described as the broadest surveillance ruling
A White House spokesman said that laws
governing such orders "are something that
have been in place for a number of years now"
and were vital for protecting national security.
Dianne Feinstein, the Democratic chairwoman
of the Senate intelligence committee, said the
Verizon court order had been in place for seven
years. "People want the homeland kept safe,"
But as the implications of the blanket
approval for obtaining phone data reverberated
around Washington and beyond, anger grew
among other politicians.
Intelligence committee member Mark Udall,
who has previously warned in broad terms
about the scale of government snooping, said:
"This sort of widescale surveillance should
concern all of us and is the kind of government
overreach I ve said Americans would find
shocking." Former vice-president Al Gore
described the "secret blanket surveillance" as
The Verizon order was made under the pro-
visions of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance
Act (Fisa) as amended by the Patriot Act of
2001, passed in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.
But one of the authors of the Patriot Act, Republican
congressman Jim Sensenbrenner, said he was troubled
by the Guardian revelations. He said that he had written
to the attorney general, Eric Holder, questioning whether
"US constitutional rights were secure."
He said: "I do not believe the broadly drafted Fisa
order is consistent with the requirements of the Patriot
Act. Seizing phone records of millions of innocent people
is excessive and un-American."
The White House sought to defend what it called "a
critical tool in protecting the nation from terrorist threats."
White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Fisa orders
were used to "support important and highly sensitive
intelligence collection operations" on which members
of Congress were fully briefed.
"The intelligence community is conducting court-
authorised intelligence activities pursuant to a public
statute with the knowledge and oversight of Congress
and the intelligence community in both houses of Con-
gress," Earnest said.
He pointed out that the order only relates to the so-
called metadata surrounding phone calls rather than the
content of the calls themselves. "The order reprinted
overnight does not allow the government to listen in on
anyone s telephone calls," Earnest said.
"The information acquired does not include the content
of any communications or the name of any subscriber.
It relates exclusively to call details, such as a telephone
number or the length of a telephone call."
But such metadata can provide authorities with vast
knowledge about a caller s identity. Particularly when
cross-checked against other public records, the metadata
can reveal someone s name, address, driver s licence,
credit history, social security number and more. Gov-
ernment analysts would be able to work out whether
the relationship between two people was ongoing, occa-
sional or a one-off.
The disclosure has reignited longstanding debates in
the US over the proper extent of the government s domes-
tic spying powers.
America's surveillance state:
Anger swells after data revelations
A man talks on the phone outside the US Courthouse
in Washington, yesterday, where the secret Foreign
Intelligence Surveillance Court resides. An order was
granted by the secret Foreign Intelligence
Surveillance Court on April 25, good until July 19, for
the National Security Agency (NSA) to secretly
collect the telephone records of millions of US
customers of Verizon under a top secret court order,
according to the chairwoman of the Senate
Intelligence Committee. AP PHOTO
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