Instead of making America more secure, the Patriot Act puts America at greater risk of being terrorized -- by our own government. And former New Jersey judge Andrew Napolitano, a senior judicial analyst with Fox News and author of …
Following 9/11, the U.S. government adopted some controversial new tactics intended to prevent future terrorist attacks, including warrantless eavesdropping on Americans' phone calls, secret demands for records under the Patriot Act, and …
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Analysis: Would losing the Patriot Act harm counterterrorism? The first and most controversial of those provisions was Section 215, which allowed the National Security Agency (NSA) to collect and store bulk telephone metadata on …
Several weeks after the events of 9/11, I was in the West Wing of the White …
Photo by Tim Sloan/AFP/Getty Images As we all scramble to become cybersecurity scholars, here's a handy guide to Section 215, the part of the Patriot Act that authorized the National Security Agency to collect cell data from Verizon …
Rather than extend Patriot Act provisions, Congress should pursue meaningful NSA surveillance reform to protect our Bill of Rights and our tech industry. Steve Stokes, independent candidate in California Rather than extend Patriot Act
The still-temporary “Section 215,” used by the National Security Agency to dramatically expand its surveillance programs, including in the United States, is due to expire in June. – Secret surveillance – While Congress passed the …
This past weekend saw Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other proponents of the national security state fail in their bid ... freedoms that our own government is having. Let the Patriot Act expire. Let us face our challenges and …
... nation's intelligence-collection efforts during a stop in the early presidential voting state of New Hampshire this month. .@ChrisChristie on NSA, PATRIOT Act: 'I don't believe it's a privacy issue, it's a national security issue" …