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Obama administration says it didn't target Americans

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The Obama administration late Thursday defended its practice of obtaining records from major Internet companies, saying they don’t use the “important and valuable” counterterrorism tool to target Americans. Officials also declassified information justifying the widespread collection of U.S. phone data. “Section 702 is a provision of FISA that is designed to facilitate the acquisition of foreign...

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