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The NSA Says It Is Ending One of Its Most Controversial Spying Practices, But It Could Be Resurrected if Congress Doesn’t Act Now


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The NSA Says It Is Ending One of Its Most Controversial Spying Practices, But It Could Be Resurrected if Congress Doesn’t Act Now

Ashley Gorski, Noa Yachot

The NSA indicated Friday that it will halt one of its most controversial spying practices, related to its surveillance of virtually all text-based communications entering or exiting the United States. If true, this is a significant step forward in the fight to restrict the NSA’s wildly expansive spying powers. But, unless Congress codifies this restriction, there is a risk that this practice will be resumed.


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"...even though this spying violates the Constitution."

W. splurged the truth for how THEY truly see it, when he openly dissed the Concept of the Constitution.

This from the one person, Nationally Elected, swearing on ALL our behalves, to Preserve, Protect and DEFEND the Constitution.

Of course, there was no action taken against such a blatantly treasonous Presidential Position.