Harbaugh, Reynolds defend Kaepernick's stance – even if they don't agree with it
Topics

Espionage Act of 1917

The NSA data collection program isn't criminal; ending it is

The NSA data collection program isn't criminal; ending it is

On Sunday, while you were eating the leftovers from Thanksgiving and watching the afternoon's football games, the National Security Agency stopped acquiring the call data records of millions of Americans.

NSA did so to comply with the USA Freedom Act, passed by Congress and signed into law by the president after Edward Snowden exposed the program, leading to a public outcry against the government for having such broad access to the call records of American citizens. The backlash raged, even though such actions are legal and overseen by the FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) Court and...

88°