January 9, 2014 Surveillance, U.S.
Spencer Ackerman reports:
Privacy advocates head to the White House on Thursday for what is likely to be their last chance to convince US President Barack Obama to decisively end the bulk collection of Americans’ communications data.
Representatives of the major privacy and civil libertarian organizations – including the American Civil Liberties Union, the Electronic Privacy Information Center (Epic) and the Open Technology Institute – arrive at the White House for a mid-afternoon meeting as expectations mount that Obama will propose changing the National Security Agency’s controversial database of all domestic phone call records.
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