Obama’s NSA Reforms Far-reaching But Hinge On Congress
President Barack Obama called for basic reforms to National Security Agency spying programs on Americans, but he also asked for help from his own administration and a divided Congress on a key reform. Obama asked for an end to direct government access to Americans’ phone data, recommending that Attorney General Eric Holder and intelligence officials to come up with a plan for moving the massive data collection out of government hands by March 28.
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