Obama Defends Spying, Vows Greater Privacy Guards

Jan. 17 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama speaks at the Justice Department in Washington about the National Security Agency's electronic surveillance program and efforts to balance security and privacy needs. Obama defended U.S. electronic spying as a bulwark against terrorism while promising U.S. citizens and allies he will put new restraints on the government’s sweeping global surveillance programs. (Source: Bloomberg)
Is Today's Jobs Report Most Important Ever?
51:42 - Former White House Economic Advisor Alan Krueger discusses the U.S. labor market. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
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