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mister udall the senate fails to act major parts of the anti terapia act crumble and u. s. security faces a dangerous new reality that's the narrative but reporter markos and ball says it's not the real story itinerary hear anything less safe than we are on saturday , if it wanted to the government could still get all kinds of business records telephone records almost any records it wants to on you or me if , okay it had a couple of instigation against you or me if it went to court and provided probable cause that the part of the patriot act that sucked up vast amounts of phone data expired monday we have unfortunately given terrace an advantage a reform bill called the u. s. a. freedom act already passed by the house is likely to clear the senate as soon as tuesday after being delayed but not killed by kentucky senator rand paul it shifts data collection to phone companies , which would give the government access under a warrant , the question is how hard will it be for the n. s. a. or f. b. i. to get a warrant in the past the secretive court that here's requests for access has rarely said no they they think they have done everything has turned to the governor's office , very rarely do they have they turned down an application , and seeking a in a surveillance authorities posible says other laps programs that many see as valuable such as the wire taps of suspects using multiple cellphones will likely be restored quickly after lapsing monday