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NSA chief claims surveillance programs stopped 'dozens' of attacks

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The director of the National Security Agency, under fire for the widespread surveillance of U.S. phones and Internet servers, told lawmakers Wednesday that such data collections have foiled "dozens" of terrorist plots. Addressing the simmering controversy in the first open congressional hearing on the matter, Army Gen. Keith Alexander, NSA's director and head of U.S. Cyber Command, defended the...

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