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US Phone Companies Fight Possible Changes In Data Collection

President Barack Obama is expected to announce Friday that he will modify the way U.S. intelligence agencies collect information. The president is said to be backing away from a proposal to have the National Security Agency transfer its vast records of phone calls to telecommunications companies. The reforms will not be as far-reaching as a presidential advisory committee recommended, according to a report in The New York Times. The committee advised the president to order the NSA to...

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