Sep 122013
 September 12, 2013  Posted by  Court, Laws, Surveillance

Maria Dinzeo reports:

The NSA’s controversial domestic surveillance program factored into a 9th Circuit hearing Wednesday on California’s monitoring of sex offenders.


Judge Jay Bybee interjected: “It’s very difficult to quantify chilling, isn’t it?”

“We’re dealing in the post-Snowden era where we’re wondering if all of our Internet communications are being monitored by the NSA,” he added. “And we’ve got a little different situation here, but these are folks that are going to have to report all of their monikers that are used on the Internet and have no idea whether the police are regularly trolling to monitor everything that they say on the Internet.”

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