Sure it does, it talks about the secret court and permissions, (note the lack of word "warrant") among other things.That tells us almost nothing. It doesn't say whether warrants were issued or not. It doesn't say whether metadata was stored or content was analyzed. You're just reading it the way you want to.
Government Takes A U-Turn On Warrantless Wiretaps : NPR
oh, my bad, I forgot, Mr. Bond, that you are a super secret agent squirrel..Errr...no. The bottom line is that you and I disagree on what spying is. Me, with vast experience in it; you, with...
homey, I've held clearances you haven't heard about. lol In reality, if you were all that, you would know enough discussingt ones "Vast experience" with it "spying, would be cnsidered taboo, especially if you are still involved.
There's no straw man about it. You acted like the two are unrelated and at odds, not me.
Then, sir, quote me, where I stated such an opinion.
One word was misspelled. If you couldn't easily overcome that, I dunno what to tell you.
If this is how you wish to represent yourself, I will not stand in your way. bad quotes screw with the flow and creates work for the other, a typo, is simply a typo. I think you know that.
I'm fine, just poking fun at you. On the other hand, it appears that metadata storage and intelligence collection has you very mad. That's okay, it's not your responsibility, let the professionals handle it.
indeed, spying on my fellow americans by my government is something I am quite irate about. I didn't shed blood for my country so it would turn around and spy on us.