number of applications made for orders and extensions of orders approving electronic surveillance under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, and the total number of such orders and extensions either granted, modified, or denied.
To the best of the committee’s knowledge, no information on the scope, nature, or frequency of cyberattacks conducted by the United States has been made regularly or systematically available to the U.S. Congress on either a classified or an unclassified basis.
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