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How the End of Patriot Act Provisions Changes Nsa Surveillance


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NSA headquarters

Credit: Trevor Paglen

Thanks to resistance from Senator Rand Paul and other members of the Senate, the provisions of the USA Patriot Act that were used to justify the National Security Administration's broad collection of phone call metadata have expired.

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