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Obama Will Likely Request End to NSA Metadata Storage Today

17
Jan
2014

President Barack Obama will suggest that maybe some other people should try and figure out how to tackle this pesky NSA matter today in a press conference at 11 a.m. The President is going to call for an end to the National Security Agency’s ability to store Americans’ phone data, USA Today reports, and he’s going to ask Congress, the Justice Department and the intelligence community to decide who should be holding the records instead of the U.S. government. Mr. Obama will ask Attorney General Eric Holder and the intelligence community to deliver a report on March 28 detailing how to handle the program in the long term, the source said, while the President consults with Congressional committees on their views.

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