USA PATRIOT Act

USA PATRIOT Act

Definition

[50 U.S.C. § 1806(k)] A broad statute that, among other things, (1) authorizes the executive branch to act without a warrant if a significant purpose of the surveillance conducted is a foreign intelligence purpose and (2) requires the financial services industry to report potential money laundering.

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