Jul 142015
 
 July 14, 2015  Court, Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

Charlie Savage reports:

The American Civil Liberties Union on Tuesday asked a federal appeals court to partially shut down the National Security Agency program that collects Americans’ phone records in bulk, which resumed last month after a lapse of several weeks. The move sets up a potential conflict between the regular court system and the nation’s secret spy court over whether the program is legal.

Read more on the NY Times.

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