Behind The Mic With Joe Mathieu: Oversight Of NSA To Increase

January 17, 2014 12:00 PM
Behind The Mic With Joe Mathieu: Oversight Of NSA To Increase
" BOSTON (CBS) – It’s another high wire act for the President Obama as he tries to balance privacy with security.

He will deliver a highly-anticipated address Friday morning about government spying programs following a six-month review. It will happen at the Justice Department and we have a good sense of what he’s going to say.

Whispers from the West Wing suggest the president will increase oversight of the NSA and extend privacy protections to foreigners, even as he allows the NSA to continue collecting data on phone calls here in the U.S.

There are questions about what will happen with all the data. Reports say the president was wrestling with this as late as Thursday night. How to manage the information and where to store it. His own advisory panel is recommending the job be taken away from the NSA and the president is expected to follow "

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