Surveillance critics in the Senate were able to extract some hard deadlines from Intelligence chiefs today following a tense hearing. Within 30 days, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper agreed to reveal whether agencies spied on specific US citizens. In addition, CIA head John Brennan will reveal whether the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act applies to his agency within one week, and FBI director James Comey will reveal more information about tracking cell phone location data from cell towers. [Source: Verge]