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    Obama Spying Changes Draw Cautious Praisei
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    January 18, 2014 1:40 AM
    President Barack Obama's proposals to reform U.S. surveillance have earned partial backing from intelligence experts and some critics. As VOA's Kent Klein reports, however, many are waiting to see whether Friday's speech results in action.

    Obama Spying Changes Draw Cautious Praise

    Published January 17, 2014

    President Barack Obama's proposals to reform U.S. surveillance have earned partial backing from intelligence experts and some critics. As VOA's Kent Klein reports, however, many are waiting to see whether Friday's speech results in action.


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