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CEOs air to Obama gripes on snooping

Tech execs press for NSA changes

Posted: December 18, 2013 at 5:23 a.m.

President Barack Obama meets Tuesday at the White House with Marissa Mayer of Yahoo and other technology executives.

President Barack Obama met Tuesday with a group of technology executives including Apple Inc.’s Tim Cook and Yahoo Inc.’s Marissa Mayer as the administration continued to face pressure to curb broad government spying on communications.

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