Don’t be fooled: the bill would be a huge setback for everyone’s privacy, and it would permanently entrench the NSA’s collection of every phone record held by U.S. telecoms.
Can't they see what this says to the rest of us? That when members of their own club, foreign or domestic, find themselves spied upon, that is worth outrage, apology, and change. But the rest of us? Chopped liver.
Why do Generals Alexander and Clapper remain in office, when all the evidence points to them committing the felony of lying to Congress and the American people?
The bill that Senator Dianne Feinstein is busy working on is a way to provide a fig leaf for the intelligence community to do what it wants to continue to do. by Andrea Peterson Washington Post In the months since Edward Snowden revealed the full extent of National Security Agency...