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Examiner Editorial: Despite reassurances, surveillance doubts remain

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Gen. Keith Alexander, director of the National Security Agency, testified before the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday and vigorously defended collection of telephonic metadata. Alexander assured the committee that, despite widespread public worries about the government collecting private information on innocent Americans, there are ample safeguards in place to protect civil liberties....

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