(Washington, DC) -- The march protesting the National Security Agency's spying programs is over. Hundreds of people from both ends of the political spectrum gathered Saturday in Washington, DC. The "Stop Watching Us" rally got underway on the 12th anniversary of the Patriot Act signing. Organizers say they are frustrated over the NSA's controversial surveillance programs, which until recently, remained secret. Those programs were revealed earlier this year when former contractor Edward Snowden leaked top secret documents to media outlets.