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(NBC News) President Barack Obama proposed long-awaited overhauls to government surveillance practices on Friday, headlined by reforms in the way the government collects and accesses so-called "meta-data."
"America's capabilities are unique," Obama said in the highly-anticipated speech at the Department of Justice.
"That places a special obligation on us to ask tough questions about what we should do," the President said.
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