I may be the only liberal blogger who will say this, but I don't think it matters much if congress changes the FISA laws. The current law, which our shrub has broken routinely, allows "spy first-warrant later" wiretapping. It's a lousy law but even if congress makes it worse it won't make much of a difference. Why do I say this? Because in this digital age, data mining is already so widespread that the government and corporations already have you profiled.
Try this simple experiment:
Don't submit a change of address with the post office.
Do change your address on one (only one) utility or bank account.
See how long it takes for your bills to show up at your new address.
I did this when I moved into my current residence (none of the utilities are in my name) and began receiving mail at my new address within a week. The IRS sent tax forms to the new address. The state sent me a new drivers license with the new address in about a month (I hadn't requested one).
If you're active on the Internet, a simple Google search can reveal a lot of information about you as the (evil) practice of "outing" has shown.
Anyone who's savvy with a scanner can intercept cell phone traffic. In short, privacy isn't protected anymore.
While I wish that our administration would obey the laws, our shrub refuses to comply with the "quaint" constitution. His behavior won't change, whether congress gives him cover or not.