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Emails show some Obama aides had doubts on NSA phone, Internet spying

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Emails between national security officials about the interpretation of the Patriot Act show several of President Obama's top advisers had misgivings about the law that authorized controversial National Security Agency surveillance of phone and Internet activity. The emails, written shortly after former NSA contractor Edward Snowden's leak of NSA documents, discuss worries advisers had about how...

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