By Matthew Hoye
President Barack Obama has some room to maneuver in crafting reforms to the National Security Agency’s massive data collection program.
A national security expert tells CNN that the President, in fact, has “a lot of leeway in terms of what to recommend and not recommend.”
Obama is expected to announce changes to the surveillance initiative at a speech at the Justice Department on Friday .
An independent review ordered by Obama amid concerns that NSA snooping, revealed in leaks by Edward Snowden last year, had gone too far recommended that government do a better job of protecting civil liberties. FULL POST