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The Obama administration's intelligence officials have laid out a forceful defence of the US government's sweeping phone and internet surveillance programs. A panel of intelligence chiefs have fronted a hearing before the House intelligence committee, telling the American public at least 50 terrorist attacks have been thwarted by the spy operations since September 11, 2001. Source: abc.net.au

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