EPIC wants to sue NSA at the Supreme Court

The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) has asked the Supreme Court to allow it to sue the US government over NSA spying; EPIC argues that only the Supreme Court has jurisdiction over the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, and so they should be able to start with the Supremes and skip the lower courts.

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  1. I'm in. Where do I donate to support this lawsuit against the NSA?

  2. http://epic.org/ has a link "donate" in the main menu. The online form allows you to state where you want the money to go to, but lacks a NSA lawsuit option, so you can probably send them a cheque with a cover-letter, or just trust that they will spend it wisely without targeting the donation

  3. Oh good, I'm sure Scalia and Thomas will be stalwart defenders of individual rights, this time.

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