Updated 4:13 p.m., 12/18/2013
(CNN) - An independent assessment of National Security Agency surveillance ordered by President Barack Obama recommends the controversial collection of so-called metadata of Americans' electronic communications remain in place.
But the collection program predominantly covering phone records and e-mail must have tighter constraints and greater transparency, according to the report released on Wednesday.
If transparency is what you, then transparency is what you'll get. However, I don't know how our intelligence agencies are supposed to conduct covert operations when all of this information has to be disclosed. I understand Ben Franklin's quote ”He who would trade liberty for some temporary security, deserves neither liberty nor security.” I don't know what liberty has been lost when majority of people around the world engage in social media and divulge all of their personal information. You have got to be really naive to believe that your information isn't being looked at.
Ha! "If you like your doctor...", "lower your premiums by $2500", "I never met my uncle Omar", "shovel ready jobs", etc, etc....
Yes. We want an independent reviww from this guy. We trust this pathological liar
Dutch, very good, Id say even better than Carney, transparent??? Do you ever get tired of making lameo excuses for Oblunder???
Someone's been drinking the kool aid again:.... rob
Save some for peppy