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By PBS NewsHour
In his speech on Friday, President Obama discussed how the U.S. will change its intelligence gathering practices. Hari Sreenivasan spoke with Geoff Dyer, Foreign Policy correspondent at the Financial Times, about the speech and how it was received by American…
President Obama called for several changes to U.S. spying practices including ending the NSA's storage of bulk phone metadata. Kwame Holman reports on the president's reforms and Hari Sreenivasan gets reaction from Kate Martin of the Center for National Security…
By Associated Press
Video still by PBS NewsHour WASHINGTON — Seeking to calm a furor over U.S. surveillance, President Barack Obama on Friday called for ending the government’s control of phone data from hundreds of millions of Americans and immediately…
By Justin Scuiletti
A new report published by the New America Foundation claims that NSA surveillance may not be as useful combating terrorism as the government suggests.
By Larisa Epatko
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Tuesday he considers Edward Snowden, the former intelligence contractor who leaked information about the National Security Agency's secret surveillance programs, a "traitor" who did not work within the carefully constructed system to correct perceived…
The White House announced Friday that President Barack Obama will give his review of the National Security Agency's spying programs on Jan. 17. The president is expected to outline the changes he will make to NSA surveillance practices,…
President Obama is meeting with congressional lawmakers Thursday to discuss possible changes to NSA surveillance, including a restriction of the agency's access to U.S. phone records and spying on foreign leaders. The president is expected to announce his decisions…
The NSA and the Supreme Court, NYPD program monitors teems, future of the postal system.
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