House Votes to Limit Government Online Spying
House Libertarians and Liberals have something to celebrate.
A shocking win against the National Security Agency now changes government spying.
Late Thursday the House voted to add limits to a $570 billion spending bill.
Without a warrant the collection of personal online information will be denied.
It would also deny the NSA and CIA from accessing commercial tech products.
It is uncertain how the provision will do when it faces the Senate.