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Obama speaks on NSA document leak, and phone records


CALIFORNIA (WKOW) --- President Obama talked about the NSA document leak and the phone records being obtained for homeland security on a visit in California Friday.

President Obama says, `Nobody is listening to your telephone calls,' just numbers and duration.

He also added, Congress did approve the measure, and elected representatives are continuously updated on it.

President Obama says it was authorized in 2006 by Congress and is overseen by federal judges so that no laws are broken.

Click on the video to see the raw video of his press conference.

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