US House Votes To Continue NSA's Phone Surveillance

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The US House of Representatives has narrowly voted to continue collecting data on US phone calls, in the first legislative move on the programme.
US House Votes To Continue NSA's Phone Surveillance
 
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The US House of Representatives has narrowly voted to continue collecting data on US phone calls, in the first legislative move on the programme.
 
In a 205-217 vote, lawmakers rejected an effort to restrict the National Security Agency's (NSA) ability to collect electronic information. The NSA's chief had lobbied strongly against the proposed measure.
 
 
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