Obama To Propose NSA Reforms To 'Give People Confidence'

Law360, Los Angeles (December 5, 2013, 10:20 PM EST) -- President Barack Obama said Thursday he would soon propose reforms to the National Surveillance Agency in an effort to address domestic concerns about spying and privacy in the wake of government surveillance leaks by former security contractor Edward Snowden.

In an interview held at American University before an audience of college students, the president said that — following an independent review due to end later this month — he will propose new measures to reassure Americans that the agency isn't reading their emails and text messages.

"Young people...
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