Obama's NSA Reforms on Bulk Data Collection
President Obama today released his reforms to the NSA's bulk data collection program.
ACLU Executive Director Anthony Romero said the changes are welcome, but don't go far enough:
The president should end – not mend – the government’s collection and retention of all law-abiding Americans’ data. When the government collects and stores every American’s phone call data, it is engaging in a textbook example of an ‘unreasonable search’ that violates the Constitution. The president’s own review panel recommended that bulk data collection be ended, and the president should accept that recommendation in its entirety.”
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