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January 17, 2014 AT 1:28 PM
In announcing his long-awaited plans to overhaul government surveillance policies, President Obama on Friday sought to occupy a middle space in the simmering debate on U.S. spying. He pushed for a greater measure of transparency and oversight in how the intelligence community goes about its work, but rejected calls to end the National Security Agency's controversial telephone metadata program altogether.