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    Obama Considers Proposals to Change Surveillancei
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    December 21, 2013 1:57 AM
    Next month President Barack Obama is expected to change the way the United States collects information - domestic and foreign. A presidential advisory panel has submitted 46 broad recommendations. The National Security Agency has been under fire for what many say is excessive gathering of non-public information on Americans culled from phone calls and the Internet. VOAs Carolyn Presutti explains the issues and what this might mean for non US citizens.

    Obama Considers Proposals to Change Surveillance

    Published December 20, 2013

    Next month President Barack Obama is expected to change the way the United States collects information - domestic and foreign. A presidential advisory panel has submitted 46 broad recommendations. The National Security Agency has been under fire for what many say is excessive gathering of non-public information on Americans culled from phone calls and the Internet. VOAs Carolyn Presutti explains the issues and what this might mean for non US citizens.


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