mark udall nsa

Udall’s civil liberties advocacy extends through his term in the Senate. In one notable 2011 instance, he vigorously fought
President Barack Obama met with 16 members of Congress for more than an hour at the White House on Thursday to discuss surveillance reforms, just days before he is to disclose changes he wants in response to leaker Edward Snowden's revelations.
"It's now time to really fundamentally reform the way in which the NSA operates," he said. Udall stopped short of praising
"There were about 30 people in line at the microphone," Nadler said. "Most of them didn't get to ask a question." "The fact
Sens. Mark Udall (D-Colo.) and Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), who long warned of the government's surveillance methods, are seeking
The NSA's interpretation of FISA is so highly classified that Wyden and Udall did not feel at liberty in their letter to
Wyden said that disclosures about the National Security Agency's phone records collection program and data-mining of electronic
Debate over the intelligence-gathering efforts had been set off by The Guardian's recent report that the Obama administration
"When Americans call their friends and family, whom they call, when they call, and where they call from is private information