FISA court adviser, ex-Obama DOJ official, calls FBI’s proposed reforms ‘insufficient’ in point-by-point rebuke

David Kris, who has been appointed by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) to oversee the FBI’s proposed surveillance reforms on Wednesday alerted the court that the bureau’s proposals are “insufficient” and must be dramatically “expanded” — even declaring that FBI Director Christopher Wray needs to discuss the importance of accuracy and transparency before the FISC every time he “visits a field office in 2020.”

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