The USA FREEDOM Act is not a victory at all. There are only two groups that would think it is.1) People who only read the title of the act ("It says freedom!")2) The NSAIt was gutted ages ago and is not a win for privacy, citizens or the internet as it initially was. Please go read what Justin Amash has to say about it.Telling us that we won is irresponsible. It's going to convince people that they can now stand down on this issue when they absolutely should not.The data still gets collected. The only thing this act changed is that it's now supposed to be stored by private companies, but the NSA can still access it. It's actually made the NSA's job more efficient.Please remove all of your content that calls this a win and replace it with content that informs us that the fight must go on.
Dan, I agree with your points. We should aim to get rid of the so-called "Patriot Act" - not tweek it to make it less unconstitutional. Rand Paul has threatened to filibuster any spying legislation, so unless the RINO leadership stops him, hopefully he'll get lots of support from Constitutional Senators, of whom there are sadly, too few.
What a crock. So much for all of that false hope & change rhetoric you dolts funneled money into.
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