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president barack obama's signing into law a bill to reform america's anti terror laws tuesday after that and then states controversial math collection of phone data expired over the weekend , andy sullivan is following the story for writers in washington as it stands right now the f. b. i. and the n. s. c. can't start any new bulk collection programs under the law that existed previously this law would start it back up again for six months which would give it time to transition to the new compromise that they've worked out the u. s. a. freedom act shifts the bulk collection of calling records to phone companies , in return the data over to the government under a court order , u. s. house of representatives passed the freedom act last month , before voting to approve the belarussian yes agreed the senate added an amendment extending the spy agency's data collection for twelve months instead of six , and while it's not immediately clear how soon it will be restarted the white house says it will move quickly to get it up and running again