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Igor Bobic

Igor Bobic is the assistant editor of Talking Points Memo, helping oversee the site's coverage of politics and policy in Washington. While originally from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Igor feels best at home on the beaches of Southern California. He can be reached at igor@talkingpointsmemo.com.

Articles by Igor

Laying out recommendations to reform the scope of National Security Agency surveillance programs on Friday, President Barack Obama said that the secrecy surrounding National Security Letters, a type of secret data request issued by the government to private individuals or entities, will no longer be "indefinite" but "terminate within a fixed time."

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Laying out recommendations to reform the scope of National Security Agency surveillance programs on Friday, President Barack Obama offered a full-throated defense of the men and women of the agency who work to keep the country safe.

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Journalist Glenn Greenwald, who has disclosed many National Security Agency secrets with the aid of documents provided by former contractor Edward Snowden, preemptively called President Obama's Friday speech centered on reforms to the agency as nothing more than a publicity stunt.

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