Friday, November 1, 2013

Kerry: Obama Admin.Will Stop Some NSA Spying; Actions "Reached Too Far" Won't Occur in Future

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is acknowledging that some National Security Agency (NSA) spying has reached too far and says it will be stopped, the Denver Post website reports today (November 1, 2013).

Kerry says that because of modern technology, some NSA activities have been happening on "automatic pilot" without Obama administration officials knowing about them.

He adds that ongoing reviews of U.S. surveillance work will ensure that technology is not being abused, and that the Obama administration is going to make sure activities that have "reached too far" do not happen in the future.

Sweeping surveillance practices by the NSA have drawn the ire of several nations that have called for investigations and have demanded the U.S. stop spying on its allies.

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