One of 2013's biggest news bombs came from Edward Snowden when he uncovered NSA's massive spy-shuffling actions.
History has blown up the methods used by US intelligence services and has led endless discussions about whether national security should have such access to the privacy of each of us.
Nearly five years later, the NSA has requested and expects to receive a new license to continue the official surveillance program over the Internet for six years, thanks to a bill voted by the US Senate.
According to TNW, the only thing left to enforce the bill, and therefore the granting of the license to the US intelligence service, is a signature from President Trump, who may choose to issue a license or veto .
There's hope; The Senate has not been able to reduce the NSA's excessive surveillance powers for about half a decade, and today, if the license is granted, the issue will be re-discussed after six years (continuous monitoring of Americans and foreigners).
In a tweet (FISA) as one of the tools that sparked his election campaign, which could lead many to believe they will not sign the bill:
However, in the next tweet, the hopes of each activist collapsed:
Of course we should mention that in the above tweet, there are over 60.000 likes…