The end of the right of privacy?
Someday, a young girl will look up into her father's eyes and ask, "Daddy, what was privacy?"
The father probably won't recall. I fear we've already forgotten that there was a time when a U.S. citizen's telephone calls were nobody else's business. A time when people would have been shocked and angered to learn that the government is compiling a detailed log of ostensibly private calls made and received by millions of Americans.