Politics & Government

March 27, 2014 7:28 AM

White House unveils plan to end bulk collection of phone data by NSA

The Obama administration on Thursday announced details of its plan to end the government's vast bulk collection of data about phone calls made in the United States, including new procedures to get judicial approval before asking companies for such records.

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