Basically this 'act' was converted from a cybersecurity issue and turned into the "How to bypass the restrictions now put upon us by the FREEDOM Act and other restrictions some in the government dared decide to block our ability to gather information on anyone we want". And don't to me about safety, security, or terrorism. Like we're supposed to just trust the government when they tell us "No, we need this to stop bad people!" It didn't stop Paris. Didn't stop San Bernadino. Didn't stop Colorado (or did they know about the guy in colorado, but because he wasn't muslim, they ignored it?). Didn't stop Charleston. Doesn't stop any of the violence that goes on in the USA.
Apparently if Americans kill Americans out of hatred, racism, bigotry, greed, etc., that's OK. 14,000 murdered in the US yearly, that's fine. Just as long as it doesn't involve Muslims, we don't need to worry about it.
And I just can't stand the republicans who yell and scream about the sanctity of the constitution of the United States (and how Obama is flaunting it) and yet seem to think stuff like this is perfectly OK. They pretend to be better than your average politician (you know, those democrats) but they talk out of both sides of their mouth just like everyone else in government.