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Obama meeting to hear concerns about NSA methods

Washington - President Obama will meet with a bipartisan group of lawmakers today to hear their concerns about the National Security Agencys surveillance programs.

The meeting follows the feds acknowledgment Wednesday that the search for one terrorist could involve looking at the phone records of millions of Americans.

When the NSA looks at the records of every person a suspect calls, and everyone who calls them--it's called "Hop Analysis."
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The head of the NSA defended the programs at a conference, despite hecklers

The Obama administration maintains the surveillance is critical to national security.

 
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