Obama to propose overhaul to NSA phone surveillance program – CBS News
The Obama administration wants the NSA to stop collecting and holding onto millions of Americans’ phone records. Instead, the data would be held for the phone companies for 18 months and the NSA would need a judge’s permission to get specific records. Clarissa Ward reports.
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