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White House: NSA Surveillance Transparency Would Be Too Much Work

Source: news.antiwar.com
Transparency ’Crosses the Line,’ Officials Insist

When the first leaks began to come out about NSA surveillance, the Obama Administration sought to replace demands for reform with promises of increased transparency. Apparently even that’s too much to hope for now.

With Congressional bills from pro-surveillance factions pushing transparency, Obama Administration officials are now condemning those plans as well, insisting they are a threat to national security.

Providing any details about the programs, they insist, “crosses the line of the appropriate balance between transparency and national security.” They provided no alternative beyond the status quo, however.

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Read the full article at: antiwar.com

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