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Obama: ‘Nobody is listening to your telephone calls’

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President Obama on Friday for the first time publicly defended his administration’s top-secret phone and Internet surveillance programs, insisting that Americans weren’t being directly targeted and that national-security benefits were worth the “modest encroachments on privacy.” “Nobody is listening to your telephone calls,” Obama said, acknowledging that his National Security Agency was...

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