National Security

March 27, 2014 7:23 PM

Obama proposal still allows NSA to review too much phone data, critics say

The White House on Thursday announced President Barack Obama’s proposal to end the National Security Agency’s controversial bulk collection of information about Americans’ cellphone usage, confirming that under the president’s plan cellphone companies would be required to provide so-called metadata only on specific numbers when ordered by a court.

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