Aug 022013
 
 August 2, 2013  Posted by  Surveillance

Reid Epstein reports:

As NSA leaker Edward Snowden finally left Moscow’s airport, President Barack Obama met Thursday afternoon with nine members of Congress to discuss American surveillance efforts.

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“Our meeting with President Obama today on FISA was productive,” the four [defenders of the program ] said in their statement. “There was agreement in the room the NSA call record program (Section 215) is not a domestic surveillance program.”

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