The Electronic Frontier Foundation endorsed the bill but said it did not go far enough.

"This bill would be another important step in bringing much needed transparency to the Intelligence Community," said Sophia Cope, a staff attorney with the EFF. "However, more needs to be done to enable fully effective public oversight. The public has a right to know, for example, how much the intelligence agencies are spending on surveillance and in researching, buying and exploiting zero-day vulnerabilities."

Wednesday, May 13, 2015
The Daily Dot

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