Carney: White House Will Release 'Independent' Report on NSA Spying Today

'We felt it was important to allow people to see the full report to draw their own conclusions'

“Over the next several weeks, we will be reviewing the review group's report and it's 46 recommendations as we consider the path forward, including sorting through which recommendations we will implement, which might require further study, and which we will choose not to pursue. While we had intended to release the review group's full report in January, as I said earlier, given inaccurate and incomplete reports in the press about the report's content, we felt it was important to allow people to see the full report to draw their own conclusions. For that reason, we will be doing that this afternoon, releasing the full report.”

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