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December 27, 2013


NSA Phone Surveillance Found Legal

A federal judge "ruled that the National Security Agency's program that is systematically keeping phone records of all Americans is lawful, creating a conflict among lower courts and increasing the likelihood that the issue will be resolved by the Supreme Court," the New York Times reports.

Washington Post: "The decision conflicts with that of a U.S. District Court judge who ruled against the government early last week, finding that the NSA's program was almost certainly unconstitutional. The divergent decisions make it more likely that the Supreme Court will make its own ruling."














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