Edward Snowden's leakage of thousands of classified government documents a year ago sparked a nationwide debate concerning international security and Americans' civil liberties. Though there has not been any significant concrete change in the NSA's policies, proposals are on the table to end government bulk collection of phone data, instead requiring phone companies to hold the data so that the government may search them if necessary under court order.
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