The USA Freedom Act could expand surveillance, not limit it - and the public may not ever find out.
Even the White House likes the newest edition of FISA reform. Maybe that should that make us nervous.
Civil libertarians like the Senate surveillance reform bill - but they should be careful what they wish for.
The USA Freedom Act may mostly provide more freedom (of action) for the NSA.
Obama's NSA proposals are vague, but that's no surprise: presidential power often resides in the vague.
Americans who know basic facts about the NSA are more likely to dislike it than those who are less knowledgeable.