Establishing Reasonable Articulable Suspicion (RAS)

Title

Establishing Reasonable Articulable Suspicion (RAS)

Subject

DOJ - Department of Justice

Description

This document contains internal NSA training material, explaining in detail the legal and procedural rules underlying the assumption of "Reasonable Articulable Suspicion (RAS)" as it relates to the NSA's Business Records (BR) and Pen Register Trap and Trace (PR/TT) Bulk Metadata Programs.

Creator

National Security Agency

Publisher

U.S. Government (Office of Director of National Intelligence)

Relation

GOV.

Language

en

Date:Created

2011-11-17

Source:Classification

Unknown

Source:Redactions

Some slides contain redactions

Report:Creator

James R. Clapper

NumPages

17

CreatorOffice

NSA

Date:Leaked

2013-11-18

Distribution

Unclassified

Surveillance Programs

OVSC1205: Special Training on FISA (Analytical); OVSC2106: Special Training on FISA (Technical); Bulk Electronic Communications Metadata Program

Collection

Citation

National Security Agency, “Establishing Reasonable Articulable Suspicion (RAS),” Snowden Archive, accessed July 4, 2022, https://grid.glendon.yorku.ca/items/show/421.

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