Do Americans Care About the Privacy of Our Metadata?

Americans are worried about the amount of information available about them online!

he panel of experts charged by President Obama with advising him on intelligence reforms is making waves with its call on Wednesday for an array of significant changes to how the National Security Agency mines data and uses it to conduct surveillance. What’s especially striking about its report, though, is just how strongly one of the panel’s proposed changes echoes the bombshell decision of Judge Richard Leon earlier this week, in which he found the NSA’s collection of “telephony metadata”—the information about whom you call and receive calls from, for how long, and from where—was probably unconstitutional.
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