Should mass surveillance of American call records continue?

“The rest of the month is setting up to be pretty dramatic in the Senate,” writes NPR’s Eyder Peralta.

A key section of the Patriot Act — the part of law the White House uses to conduct mass surveillance on the call records of Americans — is set to expire June 1. That leaves legislators with a big decision to make: Rewrite the statute to outlaw or modify the practice or extend the statute and let the National Security Agency continue with its work.

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Today’s Question: Should mass surveillance of American call records continue?