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Advocates want Obama to take a stand on bills they say would unbridle the NSA.
In an interview, Clinton said she hopes Edward Snowden returns to the U.S.
The groups included the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Reddit and the Sunlight Foundation.
Civil libertarians are mounting a new fight in the Senate.
Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Glenn Greenwald thought Snowden was bound for federal prison.
The NSA leaker said the senator's outrage over alleged CIA spying was "concerning."
Sen. Paul called it the largest class-action suit ever filed on behalf of the Bill of Rights.
An official told The New York Times that Snowden used a popular tool to get documents.
The former NSA contractor claims in a new interview that his life is in danger.
Officials are reportedly worried there is no way to end metadata collection within timeframe.
Mike Morell said NSA employees have "looked at boyfriends or girlfriends."
"The benefit of the debate he generated was not worth the damage done," Obama said.
Confidence in Obama plummeted 17 points in Germany and Brazil after NSA spying.
Smaller tech companies say they’re losing business because of privacy perceptions.
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Advocacy organizations are hoping for changes before the bill hits the House floor.
"Can people come together to pass a bill?” the California Democrat asked.
Vice Adm. Michael Rogers said the NSA needs to protect civil liberties and privacy.
A New York Republican says the NSA did not take proper internal security precautions.
Merkel said revelations by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden hit with "great force."
A five-member board found the metadata collection program illegal and ineffective.
“I think that’s inexorably where we’re headed,” Schiff said on MSNBC.
Obama "was listening to those of us across the political spectrum,” Colorado senator said.
"He was helped by others," the House Homeland Security chairman said.