Privacy Advocates Hope Sunset Of Section 215 Marks Dawn Of Surveillance Reform

NSA Reform In a rare Sunday session, the Senate voted 77 to 17 yesterday to advance the USA Freedom Act, a bill that hopes to rein in, albeit partially, the NSA’s surveillance programs that touch American citizens. The procedural vote’s success will likely lead to a mid-week vote on the bill itself. While the Senate has moved forward in the work of reauthorizing parts of law that the NSA… Read More

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