1). “Pursue appropriate reforms” around section 215 of the Patriot Act, which authorizes the NSA to conduct surveillance.
2). Create a public advocate to argue in front of the secret court that grants the NSA authority to target suspects (both foreign and domestic). This advocate would argue for more privacy.
4). Create an independent agency that reviews cybersecurity processes and produces timely reports. One is supposed to be out by the end of the yearThe website detailing how the NSA is spying on me gives me great comfort that I am being spied upon.
The President is not taking this seriously.