President Obama to make a definitive statement about the NSA next month
President Obama is going to make a definitive statement about the future of NSA surveillance next month. President Obama said that he is going to digest the findings of the presidential NSA review panel.
The panel recommended an end to the collection of the U.S. telephone network metadata, according to Digital Trends.
“I’m going to make a pretty definitive statement about all of this in January,” stated President Obama. “It hasn’t been alleged that the NSA in some ways acted inappropriately in the use of this data, but what is also clear in the public debate, people are concerned about the prospect, the possibility of abuse.”
The panel proposed 46 separate changes to how the National Security Agency NSA uses the data after collecting it.