President’s plan insufficient to rein in NSA, privacy advocates say

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President Barack Obama’s plan to stop the National Security Agency’s bulk collection and storage of telephone records is a good first step that needs to go much further to protect Americans’ privacy rights, advocates say.

Obama unveiled his plans Thursday, saying in a statement, “I have decided that the best path forward is that the government should not collect or hold this data in bulk.”

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