President Barack Obama outlines changes to the National Security Agency's surveillance practices at the Justice Department in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 17. (Mark Wilson/Getty Images
Opponents of National Security Agency reforms announced last week by President Barack Obama object to many of the president's proposals, but are especially concerned about his decision to extend privacy rights enjoyed by Americans to people around the world.
Intelligence agencies exist to steal secrets from foreigners: Requiring U.S. agencies to protect their privacy will severely hamper their mission.
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