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White House: NSA programs don't violate Americans' privacy

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White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough insisted Sunday that the federal government's massive Internet and phone surveillance programs don't violate Americans' privacy, a sentiment he said President Obama would outline in coming days. "We do have to find the right balance, especially in this new situation when we find ourselves, with all of us reliant on Internet, on email, on texting,"...

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