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White House rejects privacy panel's call to end NSA phone spying

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The White House on Thursday rejected the recommendation from an outside task force that the National Security Agency halt its bulk collection of Americans' phone data, saying the controversial surveillance tactics were constitutional. “Specifically on the Section 215 bulk telephony metadata program, we disagree with the board’s analysis on the legality of the program,” National Security Council...

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