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NSA critics have low expectations for Obama speech

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President Obama is unlikely to offer the dramatic overhaul demanded by critics of National Security Agency surveillance techniques on Friday, as he tries to appease both defense hawks and civil liberties groups in one of the most anticipated speeches of his presidency. Instead, the president will shift the debate over the hotly-contested spying practices to Capitol Hill, according to...

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