Aug 282015
 August 28, 2015  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Ellen Nakashima reports:

An appeals court in the District of Columbia has lifted an injunction against the National Security Agency’s call records program on grounds that the plaintiff has not proved his own phone records were collected and so lacks standing to sue.

The move lifts an injunction against the NSA’s collection that had been imposed –and temporarily stayed—by a District Court judge in December 2013.

Read more on Washington Post.

See also Steve Vladeck’s commentary on the opinion on Just Security.

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