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 November 1, 2013  Surveillance

Dan Roberts, Spencer Ackerman, and Paul Lewis report:

John Kerry, the US secretary of state, conceded on Thursday that some of the country’s surveillance activities had gone too far, saying that certain practices had occurred “on autopilot” without the knowledge of senior officials in the Obama administration.

In the most stark comments yet by a senior administration official, Kerry promised that a previously announced review of surveillance practices would be thorough and that some activities would end altogether.

Read more on The Guardian.

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