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Wednesday, June 03, 2015



I'd hardly call passing the USA Freedom Act a win. Letting the Patriot Act sunset was a win. Now, instead of the government holding the surveillance data, phone/internet companies get to hold the surveillance data. At least the USA Freedom Act is an improvement over what we had before, although Congress could've just let the Patriot Act sunset without any replacement act.

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