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arbitrary or unlawful interference?the aspiration is clear The USwe concludedshould be a leader in championing the protection by all nations of fundamental human rightsincluding the right to privacy With these interests in mindthe review group has put forth several important recommendations concerning the use of Section 702 We recommended thatin addition to the safeguards and other oversight mechanisms already in placethe US should affirm that such surveillance under Section 702: onemust be directed exclusively at the national security of the US or our allies; twomust not be directed at illegitimate endssuch as the theft of trade secrets or obtaining commercial gain for domestic industries; threemust not disseminate information about any non-US citizen if the information is not relevant to protecting the national security of the US or our allies; fourmust not target any non-US citizen based solely on that persons political views or religious convictions; fivemust be subject to the highest degree of transparency consistent with protecting the national security of the US and our allies; and six must be undertaken in conformity with the federal privacy actwhich safeguards individual privacy in the maintenance and use of government records Although these protections do not give non-citizens outside the US the same protections as American citizensit was the judgement of the review group that the differences in treatment are warranted by the special obligations a government owes to its own citizens Moreoverin the judgement of the groupthe affirmation of these six safeguards would satisfy the USs obligation to ensure that no person shall be subjected to arbitrary or unlawful interference with his privacy and should be embraced by all nations as guiding principles The writerEdward H Levi Distinguished Service Professor of Law at the University of Chicagois member of the Presidents Review Group For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Guntur | Published: July 15 2017 9:02 pm Govindan Laxmanan bags gold medal in men’s 500m race (Source: PTI) Top News Asian champion Govindan Lakshmanan grabbed a gold medal in men’s 5000m race while three meet records fell by the wayside on the opening day of the National Inter-State Athletics Championships here today Lakshmanan representing Tamil Nadu won the men’s 5000m event clocking 14:0776 Uttarakhand’s Man Singh (14:2050) and Kalidas Hirave (14:2491) of Maharashtra were in second and third positions respectively The 27-year old Lakshmanan who bagged a gold medal at the recently concluded Asian Athletics Championships in Bhubaneswar has already qualified for the World Championships to be held in London next month Meanwhile Loganathan Suriya (women’s 5000m) Anu Raghavan (women’s 400m hurdles) and Sarita Singh (women’s hammer throw) all created meet records at the newly-laid blue colour track at the Acharya Nagarjuna University ground Tamil Nadu’s Suriya (15:4692) finished ahead of Asian Athletics Championships bronze medallist Sanjivani Babur Jadhav (16:3564) representing AFI and Preenu Yadav (16:5660) of Delhi Suriya hailing from a small village at Pudukottai in Tamil Nadu broke the earlier meet record of O P Jaisha (15:5705) which stood for three years In the evening session Anu Raghavan of Kerala broke the meet record in women’s 400m hurdles with a personal best of 5721secs Jauna Murmu of Odisha (5868) and Gujarat’s Sarita Gaikwad (1:0027) finished second and third respectively Raghavan who secured a silver medal at the Asian Championships improved upon Ashwini Akkunji’s meet record of 5743 The men’s 400m hurdles saw local favourites Jabir M P (5033) and M Ramachandran (5117) of Andhra Pradesh clinching the top two positions Tamil Nadu’s Santosh Kumar (5140) came in third place Sarita Singh who set a national record at the Federation Cup last month also created a new meet record in women’s hammer throw with a best throw of 6322m She eclipsed the earlier meet record of Manju Bala in her fourth attempt Fellow athlete from Uttar Pradesh Gunjan Singh (5934m) came second while Punjab’s Sarabjeet Kaur (5396m) was third Manpreet Kaur did not disappoint picking up gold for Haryana in women’s shot put with an effort of 1565m It was a below-par show by the Asian champion but her performance was enough to put her at the top of the podium ahead of UP’s Anamika Das (1442m) and Punjab’s Ramanpreet Kaur (1425m) By the virtue of winning their respective events in the Asian Championships Lakshmanan and Manpreet have already qualified for the World Championships but no other athlete qualified for the mega event to be held in London on the first day of the competition today For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News It also seeks to blunt the? 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