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NSA Spying: They're Trying to Make Warrantless Surveillance Permanent
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Tenth Amendment Center
Published 4 years ago |
Earlier this year, it was reported that a massive call records program was no longer being used and was probably going to be scrapped. But in yet another flip-fop, the administration is pushing congress for a permanent renewal of the mass surveillance programs started under the Patriot Act and then amended under the USA Freedom Act.

Path to Liberty: August 19, 2019


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