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He is expected to support the creation of a public advocate to argue in front of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, a secretive bench that approves the bulk records collections, according to details leaked to US media by the White House.

The NSA/CSS Public and Media Affairs Office fosters relationships with media outlets throughout the world, responding to requests for information about. The GCHQ statement said: "All of GCHQ's work is carried out in accordance with the strict legal and policy framework which ensures that our activities are authorised, necessary and proportionate and that there is rigorous oversight. President Barack Obama is set on Friday to announce changes to the US electronic surveillance programmes, based in part on a review of NSA activities undertaken this autumn by a White House panel.

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Through the vast database, which was in use at least as late asthe NSA gained information on those who were not specifically targeted or under suspicion, the report says. On Friday, Mr Obama is expected to outline his response to those suggestions as well as his own conversations with a variety of US groups concerned with spying, in a speech at the justice department.

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Civil rights and privacy groups were wary ahead of the speech. But he is not expected to take the bulk phone collection out of the hands of the NSA, fricay the panel recommended, instead leaving that question to Congress. He is expected to support the creation of a public advocate to argue in front of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, a secretive bench that approves the bulk records collections, according to details leaked to US media by the White House.