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Federal Board Endorses NSA Internet Surveillance, Suggests New Safeguards
A federal oversight board endorsed NSA surveillance programs, but suggested that new safeguards be put in place to protect the privacy of American citizens.
Federal Privacy Watchdog: NSA Metadata Collection Is Illegal and Should End
Jan 23, 2014 07:54 PM EST
By Robert Schoon
An independent federal watchdog agency has released its findings on the National Security Agency's bulk metadata collection program, calling it illegal and declaring that it should be closed down.
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