The House Judiciary Committee released the text of the DOJ's 28 answers from a total of 50 questions submitted by Representatives Conyers and Sensenbrenner concerning privacy, surveillance and data collection issues associated with the implementation of the Patriot Act. Many of the answers however remain classified.
The ACLU is certainly not satisfied with the answers, and has responded by launching a media campaign. Rep. Sensenbrenner on the other hand, stated, "I am satisfied that the Department of Justice has produced answers that are sufficient for the Committee’s oversight and legislative efforts at this time. These responses provide basic information regarding implementation of the USA-PATRIOT Act (“Act”) that will permit the Committee to understand how it is working in practice and to continue oversight of the use of these new authorities in the future." His press release is here.