The NSA collection of phone data has been deemed unconstitutional by Judge Richard Leon. The judge says that the Fourth Amendment is being violated as the collecting is an example of unreasonable search and seizure. At the moment however, the ruling is pending due to appeal, sadly.
As everyone knows, the NSA has been violating the privacy of people all around the world for some time now. At last, someone in the government has used a little bit of sense to put an end to this gross violation of our privacy. The NSA actions have soured our nations relationship with Brazil and Germany, and probably many others. If the ruling is overturned, then the NSA will continue to spy on us and the world. That would definitely suck, but considering a Second Amendment violation isn't present, I'm sure it has a decent chance of being overturned.