What will happen if the US Senate fails to pass legislation extending the NSA’s mass collection of Americans’ phone records?
The Senate apparently can’t reach an agreement to extend the power of the NSA to collect the phone records of American citizens. Considering the FBI has admitted that not a single significant terrorist act was stopped by this mass collection, I’m not too worried about this. If they fail to pass a bill reauthorizing the practice, will the NSA have to stop sucking up data on all of us, or is there a way for them to get around it?
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