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Jay Carney: NSA not interested in Americans' 'personal information'

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The White House on Wednesday downplayed a report that the national security Agency had tapped thousands of computers worldwide to conduct surveillance. White House press secretary Jay Carney told reporters that he would not discuss “specific tools and processes,” but said the NSA was conducting lawful intelligence gathering and acts under “heavy oversight.” “They're not interested in the...

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