She adds that there must be more provisions to protect citizens from being monitored without their knowledge. [Farm Bill Dodges Its First Bullet.]
"Like other surveillance laws, it is not a question of whether it will be extended, the question is whether there will be more transparency going forward, more accountability," she says. "We certainly hope there will be more privacy protections."
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