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Changing the NSA?

Washington - Since the recent NSA leaks by Edward Snowden raised major concerns over privacy, the White House is looking at ways to change surveillance methods, according to CNN.

Three of those choices, the Wall St. Journal says, involve running surveillance data through other entities, such as other government agencies or phone companies.

A fourth option would be to abolish the program altogether.

President Obama said he would reform the NSA after the world took notice of Snowdens leaks.

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