President Obama met Friday with some of the nation's top technology executives, focusing on with their complaints about the administration's handling of privacy issues and government surveillance. The White House did not release a full list of the tech leaders on Obama's schedule, but the heads of Google, Facebook and Yahoo were extended invitations. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been particularly vocal in his criticism of government surveillance programs.

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