Page will not be disclosed, which he then declassified.
Judge Boasberg correctly understands that public trust is essential to the legitimacy of the largely — and necessarily — secret FISC process.
Mr. Boasberg further advanced that trust by appointing former Justice Department national security official David Kris as an adviser to the FISC on reforming FBI procedures.
His first report to the FISC, on Jan. 15, called the FBI’s reform proposals “insufficient” in light of the way it “profoundly failed” in the Page case.
Adopted in 1978 as a response to the intelligence agency abuses of the 1960s and 1970s, FISA needs an update in response to the abuses Mr. Horowitz laid bare.

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