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The Minimalist Surveillance Reforms of USA Freedom

May 22, 2015 in Economics

The Senate on Tuesday passed (and President Obama later signed into law) the USA Freedom Act, which reforms the way U.S. agencies conduct surveillance and gather data. Cato scholar Patrick G. Eddington argues that while the USA Freedom Act is an improvement, it still needs work: “Even the USA Freedom Act would not end the executive branch’s authority to collect metadata; it would (assuming the best case scenario) simply narrow the scope of such metadata collection.”

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Source: CATO HEADLINES

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