White House to release independent report on NSA spying

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(CNN) — An independent report on National Security Agency surveillance ordered by President Barack Obama following classified leaks by Edward Snowden will be released Wednesday, White House spokesman Jay Carney said.

The review was submitted last week by an outside panel, but Carney said news reports about its recommendations were “inaccurate” so the White House has decided to release the conclusions now rather than in January as previously planned.

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