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August 14, 2013 7:34 PM

Obama’s surveillance revisions omit limits on warrantless email searches

In pledging to make changes that could curtail the federal government’s ability to spy on Americans, President Barack Obama failed to address calls by lawmakers and experts to overhaul a law that allows the National Security Agency to search vast databases of individual Americans’ emails without court warrants.

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