[snip]how in light of advancements in communications technologies, the United States can employ its technical collection capabilities in a manner that optimally protects our national security and advances our foreign policy while respecting our commitment to privacy and civil liberties, recognizing our need to maintain the public trust, and reducing the risk of unauthorized disclosure[snip]
Well of course. Real news with available facts isn't as interesting to them as it is to free associate about something where they have 2 minutes worth of facts (that they still get wrong) and use it to fill 8 hours of television.
I haven't bought a game console since N64. I just have a PC, and all I do these days is buy games for $5 off amazon or from steam sales (only if they're pretty much DRM free and not made by a handful of companies I can't stand, like EA) that are a few years old. I've got plenty to keep me busy without needing a new console of any type. Especially since I don't want something that needs another internet connection.