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While Obama wants to strip the NSA of its ability to store the phone records, he offered no recommendation for where the data should be moved.
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Civil libertarians said Obama did not go far. An administration official said Obama could codify the data transfer through an executive order, while Looking for white women only congressional aides said legislation would be required.
John McCain, R-Ariz. Congress would have to approve a proposal from the president that would establish a San francisco sex chat of outside attorneys who would consult with the secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court on new legal issues that arise.
The White House says the panel would advocate for privacy and civil liberties as the court weighed requests for accessing the phone records. Kentucky Republican Sen. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.
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The moves are more sweeping than many U. Obama only briefly mentioned Snowden, whose disclosures are largely credited with sparking the White House review.
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Obama said new guidelines will cut back on foreign leader monitoring, except when there is a compelling national security. Vanessa Grazziotin, who he the Senate panel investigating U.
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Obama wants to change that and allow some of the information to be made public.