Friday fact-check: Has Obama gone against campaign vows on privacy?

06/14/2013 | (St. Petersburg, Fla.)

McCain (Credit: David Paul Morris/Getty Images)

Sen. John McCain, R.-Ariz., claims that President Barack Obama has changed his stance on privacy and civil liberties since winning the White House. Recent disclosures over the federal government's gathering of Internet and phone data have put the president in the hot seat as to whether he broke promises from his 2008 campaign. PolitiFact checks the record.

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