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From Former CIA Officer Ray McGovern
Former CIA Officer Ray McGovern
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The Obama administration is set to release a new proposal that would change the way the National Security Agency accesses consumers' phone data. Changes would include no longer allowing the NSA to store phone call "metadata," and would require the agency to access the data from phone company servers instead. 

Former CIA analyst Ray McGovern joins RT's Lindsay France to discuss whether the proposal offers real reform or is merely window dressing.

Watch the interview, below...

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"Maybe the president will have the courage to do ... by Paul Repstock on Monday, Mar 31, 2014 at 6:46:23 PM
Does RT have "corporate personhood" here? ... by BFalcon on Tuesday, Apr 1, 2014 at 7:03:13 PM