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Calls Grow For Overhaul Of Government Surveillance Programs

There's growing momentum in Congress to overhaul the government surveillance efforts uncovered by leaker Edward Snowden. Some proposals would require more transparency in the programs, or require that telephone companies hold onto metadata, instead of the government. But some say much greater changes are needed, and they want to radically transform the role played by the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.

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