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White House Releases Panel Report on US Surveillance Practicesi
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December 19, 2013 1:22 PM
The White House has released an independent panel's review of U.S. intelligence practices, with recommendations that are expected to serve as a basis for a revision of policy procedures guiding the National Security Agency. President Barack Obama met with panel members Wednesday to discuss 46 recommendations they made on how to modify U.S. surveillance practices. Zlatica Hoke has more.

White House Releases Panel Report on US Surveillance Practices

Published December 19, 2013

The White House has released an independent panel's review of U.S. intelligence practices, with recommendations that are expected to serve as a basis for a revision of policy procedures guiding the National Security Agency. President Barack Obama met with panel members Wednesday to discuss 46 recommendations they made on how to modify U.S. surveillance practices. Zlatica Hoke has more.


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