NSA's Possible Victory on Data Retention

The Wall Street Journal reports that a panel convened by the president to review the National Security Agency's programs will recommend that "the records of nearly every U.S. phone call now collected in a controversial NSA program be held instead by the phone company or a third-party organization." That recommendation is a non-starter. The Cato Institute's Jim Harper explains.

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