The House Judiciary Committee approved a reauthorization of the FISA Amendments Act, which gives the government broad powers to spy on the communications of Americans as long as one of the parties is reasonably believed to be outside the U.S. Just yesterday, Senator's Ron Wyden and Mark Udall received a response from the NSA, whom they had asked for a number of how many persons inside the U.S. have been spied on by the NSA. Well NSA said they can't say because it would violate your privacy. Aaron Swartz, Executive Director of Demand Progress discusses.