What could possibly go wrong?

by wfgodbold

The FBI have been given the okay to “push privacy bounds.”  (H/T Andy Levy)

Great.

The final paragraph reads:

Ms. Caproni said the new manual would adjust the definition of assessments to make clear that they must be based on leads. But she rejected arguments that the F.B.I. should focus only on investigations that begin with a firm reason for suspecting wrongdoing.

This is insane.

Sure, why shouldn’t the FBI restrict itself to “investigations that begin with a firm reason for suspecting wrongdoing”?

So any tenuous reason will do?

Probable cause? What’s that?

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