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September 7, 2013 12:19 PM

Doubts raised about independence of White House panel on NSA privacy

Four of the panel’s five members have direct ties to the executive branch and its intelligence gathering apparatus. Privacy and open government advocates say they have little expectation that the panel will be aggressive in criticizing the National Security Agency’s collection of Internet and cell phone records.

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