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Obama to reform NSA holding of phone metadata

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President Obama in his speech laying out reforms to the nation's surveillance programs on Friday will announce changes to the National Security Agency's phone metadata program “as it currently exists,” according to a senior administration official. Obama plans to continue the so-called “215 program” because it “addresses capabilities that allow us to counter terrorism,” the official said, but...

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