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Senate measure to block FBI from viewing Americans’ web-browsing history without warrant fails

The Senate rejected an amendment to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act that would have prevented the government from accessing Americans’ web browsing data without a warrant on Wednesday. The amendment had already passed in the House with bipartisan support, but it needed 60 senators to approve it in order for it to pass in the Senate, Fox News reported.

Only 59 senators voted in favor of the amendment.

Source : Senate measure to block FBI from viewing Americans’ web-browsing history without warrant fails

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