White House to Amend Rules Regarding America's Electronic Surveillance

According to a report, there was public uproar over the National Security Agency, in a hearing where top US intelligence officials testified a few weeks ago.

The public hue and cry was over the National Security Agency as it is collecting the phone and email records of the officials and the citizens of Americans.

Also, when the National Security Agency's director and other spy chiefs will appear at a House Intelligence Committee hearing, on the coming Tuesday, the angry European allies will accuse the United States of spying on their leaders and citizens without any set of rules and regulations.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel appears to be the most outstanding target as his mobile phone was allegedly tapped by the NSA recently.

More than any other information provided by the former NSA contractor Edward Snowden to the journalists, the spy reports of close U. S allies have posed a question on the rules and regulations of the white house.

Therefore the public has forced the White House to define their set of rules and promise reforms. Also, there is a need of acknowledging that America's electronic surveillance has gone beyond too far for its investigations.

White House Spokesman Jay Carney said, "We recognize there needs to be additional constraints on how we gather and use intelligence".