The NSA's program XKeyscore allows searches--with no prior authorization--through vast databases of emails and online chats and browsing histories of millions of Americans, giving analysts real time access to nearly everything a typical user does on the internet. This is a real violation of the Constitutional protection against unreasonable searches and seizures. At least a million individuals have easy access to this private information. Guest today is Steven Rosenfeld who covers democracy issues for AlterNet. The Obama White House spin that no one has access to this data is simply not true. It is out of control. But Congress could still act.