Privacy advocates, companies, and members of Congress have begun a push for reform since this summer's revelations about US surveillance capabilities. While critics and protestors are common, many have also filed suit in an attempt to have NSA surveillance ruled unconstitutional, petitioned to publish more details, or introduced bills that could limit the existing rules.
GCHQ acted unlawfully by accessing NSA intelligence, but court says program is now legal after recent disclosures
Privacy watchdogs hope Senate will roll back amendments to USA Freedom Act
There are at least three pending cases against the agency with a shot at making it all the way
Protest turnout was never going to match SOPA's peak
* Probably not, but it might get a bill passed
Can the president rein in the surveillance state? Does he want to?