Even the White House likes the newest edition of FISA reform. Maybe that should that make us nervous.
They don’t trust anyone, but they trust businesses with their private information.
Ellen Nakashima and Mike DeBonis
The bipartisan USA Freedom Act, the administration said, strengthens the surveillance law’s privacy protections.
Kentucky senator said that a court ruling that the NSA’s bulk collection of phone records is illegal validates his calls for privacy.
Anti-NSA lawmakers are in an untenable position.
The clock is ticking for a key provision of the USA Patriot Act.
Who is gaining steam?
(Patrick Semansky / Associated Press)
Congress must step in to balance national security and privacy.
(Handout / Reuters)
Many say that extending the program through a “clean reauthorization” just became less compelling.