字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Ah, uh, when the U. S government needs to monitor a spy or terrorism network, there is a court for that. It is called the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court. It is made up of 11 federal judges selected by the chief justice of the Supreme Court. The court issues warrants authorising Elektronik surveillance, physical searches and other investigative actions. U. S government agencies submit requests to the judges, the judges on Lee here from the government. The court is closed to the public. Judges approve, modify or deny the requests for warrants. Denial is rare. If U S intelligence or law enforcement agents carry out the warrants, targeted individuals are not notified. Court records are secrets. Those who received the warrants are forbidden to discuss them.