Posted 11/20/2013 at 1:32 PM
Posted 3 years ago
Three Senators who represent the Democratic party in the US Select Committee on Intelligence have voiced their nay saying for the National Security Agency’s nationwide phone spying program. They feel it is not in the interest of United States law.
The government’s elected officials — Oregon’s Ron Wyden, Colorado’s Mark Udall, and New Mexico’s Martin Heinrich as Senators said: “They have seen no evidence that the bulk collection of Americans’ phone records … is uniquely necessary to the national security of the United States”.