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Obama will reportedly announce big changes to NSA on Friday

13
Jan
2014

President Barack Obama is seriously considering some major changes to the National Security Agency (NSA) and it surveillance programs, the Wall Street Journal reports. Obama may extend privacy protections to cover non-Americans, after reports that the NSA was spying on civilians of friendly countries provoked outrage across the world. The president will also probably appoint a privacy advocate to argue in front of the secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, which approves requests for surveillance. He will also meet this week with members of the tech community that have been affected by the NSAs thirst for data.

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