The Obama administration says it is considering changes that would separate top brass at the National Security Agency from oversight of U.S. Cyber Command in the wake of ongoing fallout from the NSA surveillance scandal. Currently, Army Gen. Keith Alexander is in charge of both, involving the potentially conflicting duties of both infiltrating U.S. communications infrastructure and protecting it. A White House spokeswoman said that while no final decision has been made, any changes would come after Alexander's departure from the agencies.

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