Jul 142015
 July 14, 2015  Surveillance

George Jenkins writes:

Just when you think that the surveillance news can’t get any more bizarre, along comes this item. The Electronic Frontier foundation (EFF) will argue in a Federal court today at 2:00 pm for an American seeking to to proceed with a lawsuit against the Ethiopian government. Lawyers in the United States representing the Ethiopian government want the case dismissed and claim:

“… that foreign governments have a right wiretap Americans inside their own homes without court oversight, a right that not even the U.S. government claims for itself.”

The plaintiff, an American, uses the pseudonym “Mr. Kidane” to protect his family in the United States and in Ethiopia.

Read more on I’ve Been Mugged.

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