A Bipartisan Coalition Says Congress Should Reform Surveillance Powers—And It’s Right

A Bipartisan Coalition Says Congress Should Reform Surveillance Powers—And It’s Right

That’s why the bipartisan coalition, which includes organizations ranging from the right-leaning FreedomWorks to the progressive legal advocacy group the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), is arguing that the 2015 USA Freedom Act—meant to reform the bulk phone collection program authorized by Section 215 of the Patriot Act after Edward Snowden’s bombshell revelations of broad surveillance of Americans—hasn’t achieved its intended goals and has only allowed the abuse to continue.