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NSA surveillance: anger mounts in Congress at ‘spying on Americans’

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Dan Roberts and Spencer Ackerman and Alan Travis
Guardian.co.uk
June 12, 2013

Anger was mounting in Congress on Tuesday night as politicians, briefed for the first time after revelations about the government’s surveillance dragnet, vowed to rein in a system that one said amounted to “spying on Americans”.

Intelligence chiefs and FBI officials had hoped that the closed-door briefing with a full meeting of the House of Representatives would help reassure members about the widespread collection of US phone records revealed by the Guardian.

But senior figures from both parties emerged from the meeting alarmed at the extent of a surveillance program that many claimed never to have heard of until whistleblower Edward Snowden leaked a series of top-secret documents.

The congressional fury came at the end of a day of fast-moving developments.

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This article was posted: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 at 5:22 am





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