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President Barack Obama will announce recommended changes to the National Security Agencys surveillance policies this Friday, as a debate continues about a controversial phone-number collecting policy. The revelations last year by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden that the NSA kept phone metadata (phone numbers, phone locations, and phone-call durations) in large data warehouses, using blanket permission from a secret court, set off a firestorm of controversy and debate.
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