The Echelonization of America: NSA to spy domestically?

privacy       2002-10-21 
The head of the National Security Agency said last week that Congress might want to aim the most powerful surveillance system in the world at American citizens.
Lt. Gen. Michael Hayden, in a rare public appearance before the Senate Intelligence committee, said the ongoing terrorist threat means America needs to debate where to draw the line between foreign and domestic surveillance. Currently the NSA is prohibited from spying domestically.