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Let's make this simple: yes, revealing specific details of various surveillance efforts and targets could create security issues, no doubt. But revealing how a United States' law is interpreted can never by itself create a national security issue. And that's all that's being asked of here.
The only reason to keep the interpretation of the law a secret is because it'll be a huge embarrassment and show widespread abuse.
Without transparency there is no democracy, because democracy relies on an informed electorate to operate in the manner which it is supposed to.