Panel Seeks to Overhaul Spy Practices

Published on December 18, 2013
by Siobhan Gorman, Devlin Barrett and Carol E. Lee

A presidentially appointed panel reviewing U.S. surveillance programs is recommending a significant overhaul of both foreign and domestic spy practices that, if adopted, would amount to a major wing-clipping of the National Security Agency.

The 46 wide-ranging proposals present President Barack Obama with a test of how far he is willing to push the envelope on reform.

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