Under fire, U.S. spy agency defends surveillance programs as lawful

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Under increasing pressure to justify electronic surveillance programs that at times capture communications of American citizens, the U.S. National Security Agency went to unusual lengths on Friday to insist its activities are lawful and any mistakes largely unintentional.

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