Initial reactions from civil rights advocates, who are paying attention, express outrage by the latest Congressional action to pass the NDAA bill without even Feinstein's amendment intact which only protected US citizens when on their territory.
Some have argued that the NDAA 2012 act of Congress negates this amendment making it impotent to begin with. However, this amendment apparently stated Americans' rights too clearly, so the House had to rewrite it in legalese.
Also, it provides even more billions to continue the Empire's efforts to spread murder and mayhem across the world. In contrast to the incessant discussions about cutting Medicare and Social Security, there is no debate among the One Percent's lawmakers about spending on such projects.
The bill was earlier passed by the Senate, but it appears that this re-writing of Feinstein's amendment will need to be resolved with Senate people before Obama can sign it. This morning I've seen opinions regarding the likelihood of Obama signing it on both sides.