Last Chance to Fix the NSA
One of the most striking things about the trove of classified NSA files that Edward Snowden made public last year is that the agency was mostly doing what it was told. Its spying operations -- so staggering in scale, in variety, in sophistication -- had generally been vetted by lawyers, tolerated by Congress, endorsed by the White House and approved by a court.
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