White House says more intelligence constraints needed

Tuesday, 29 October 2013 - 8:00


The White House has acknowledged the need for additional "constraints" on US intelligence gathering, amid claims of eavesdropping on allies.


Spokesman Jay Carney said an ongoing White House intelligence policy review would account for "privacy concerns".


Spain is the latest of several countries where the US reportedly collected data on phone calls.


A top Democrat in the Senate has said its intelligence panel will undertake a "major review" of US spying programmes.


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