Brendan Sasso
National Journal
January 17, 2014

President Obama will outline a plan Friday to limit the National Security Agency program that collects records on virtually all phone calls within the United States.

A senior administration official told National Journal that Obama will announce an end to the program “as it currently exists.”

The NSA’s bulk collection of phone records is the most controversial revelation from the leaks by Edward Snowden, and ending the program is the top goal of privacy advocates.

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