This should be a no-brainer. The failure to take such a basic step to keep up with decades-old technology is a shameful symptom of Congressional dysfunction, gridlock, and capture by interests that have nothing to do with the public will. The general failure of the courts to apply 4th amendment principles to new technologies, and the resulting "Constitution-free zone by default" surveillance free-for-all, is equally shameful... but we shouldn't have to rely on the courts alone for this. Step up to the plate already, Congress. In an era of hyper-partisanship and voter apathy, this is a rare example of an easy win: uncontroversial, in popular demand, and important because it's so desperately needed.