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NSA May Be Ending Contested Surveillance Program

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NSA May Be Ending Contested Surveillance Program

NSA May Be Ending Contested Surveillance Program

The government started using the program to monitor Americans&apos; calls and texts in the wake of the Sept.

11 attacks.

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