White House Review Group Set To Propose NSA Spying Limits

Law360, New York (December 13, 2013, 1:20 PM ET) -- A group of outside experts chosen by the White House to review the government's surveillance efforts is poised to issue a report that would recommend sweeping changes to the National Security Agency's leadership structure and data-retention capabilities, according to Thursday reports.

The Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technology, which was formed by the White House in August, has concluded that, while the government's bulk collection of domestic phone records is lawful and should continue, several changes should be made to the structure, transparency and internal...
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