President Barack Obama is expected to lay out major reforms in a highly-anticipated speech Friday regarding the National Security Agency and America's surveillance programs.
Since former NSA contractor Edward Snowden teamed up with journalist Glenn Greenwald last June, seldom has a week gone by without a new story on the NSA's once-secret programs. This week, reports showed that NSA put software on 100,000 computers internationally for surveillance purposes.
Ahead of Obama's Justice Department address, we hear three perspectives on what people want to hear him propose.
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