Civil Rights Groups Ask Congress Not To Expand Domestic Terrorism Legal Authority

I don’t know about the bill in question. This philosophy, however, is spot on:

“In general, as we think about giving agencies new powers, it’s only prudent to consider not just the intended use, but the full range of possible uses, including unintended or undesirable ones that may seem improbable now. That’s especially important when dealing powers that would be applied inside the United States,” Adam Klein, chairman of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board wrote in an email to Newsweek.