Telecommunications Intercept and Collection Technology Unit
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The Telecommunications Intercept and Collection Technology Unit (TICTU) is part of the Electronic Surveillance Technology Section (ESTS) of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Its primary function is performing surveillance of U.S. citizens.
- FBI Recorded 27 Million FISA 'Sessions' in 2006
- FOIA documents regarding TICTU (from the website of the Electronic Frontier Foundation)
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