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Obama won’t hang up on phone call metadata

"Obama won’t hang up on phone call metadata" Continued...

The president did not embrace the most extreme reform proposal for national security letters—one requiring them to get a stamp of court approval. But he conceded, “I agree that greater oversight on the use of these letters may be appropriate and I’m prepared to work with Congress on this issue.” He said he was open to negotiating any changes to foreign surveillance court policy as well.

Daniel James Devine
Daniel James Devine

Daniel is managing editor of WORLD Magazine and lives in Indiana. Follow Daniel on Twitter @DanJamDevine.


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