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U.S. intelligence community opposes efforts to curtail privacy watchdog

(Reuters) — The U.S. intelligence community does not support pending congressional legislation that would curtail the authority of a privacy watchdog that advises the president on government surveillance programs, according to an unclassified memo seen by Reuters. The position amounts to a rare show of support for the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, or […]
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