Wednesday, July 10, 2013

EFF Lawsuit Over Surveillance Moves Forward

Group Aims to 'Restore Americans' Constitutional Rights'

According to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), a Federal Judge this week rejected the government's attempts to bury the organization's lawsuit over domestic surveillance, and allowed the EFF's lawsuit to continue (though some of the statutory claims were dismissed). "Over the last month, we came face-to-face with new details of mass, untargeted collection of phone and Internet records, substantially confirmed by the Director of National Intelligence," states the EFF. "Today's decision sets the stage for finally getting a ruling that can stop the dragnet surveillance and restore Americans' constitutional rights."

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