President Obama delivered a speech Friday morning about changes to the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs. He laid out a blueprint for change, including a new way of handling phone metadata and how that information is accessed. The sweeping nature of those programs and the secrecy around them have drawn fire from civil liberties groups.
Marketplace’s Nancy Marshall-Genzer joins host Mark Garrison for details.
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