EFF asks judge to rule NSA spying on Internet backbone undermines 4th Amendment


On Sunday, the Electronic Frontier Foundation announced: "Yesterday we filed a motion for partial summary judgment in our long running Jewel v. NSA case, focusing on the government's admitted seizure and search of communications from the Internet backbone, also called "upstream." We've asked the judge to rule that there are two ways in which this is unconstitutional under the Fourth Amendment." Read more about the case here.

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  1. Best of luck to the EFF, but I fear their case will go the State Secrets route where their evidence will not be allowed in court. Good luck to them.

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