Sep 182012
 September 18, 2012  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S.


A federal district court has awarded EPIC attorneys fees and costs in EPIC v. DHS, No, 11-945, a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit that resulted in the disclosure of information about the agency’s plan to deploy body scanners at bus stations, train stations, and elsewhere. The court found that EPIC had “substantially prevailed” in the FOIA lawsuit and that “EPIC has demonstrated a public benefit arising from the disclosed records.” EPIC has several related FOIA lawsuits concerning new systems of mass surveillance. For more information, see EPIC v. DHS (Mobile Body Scanners FOIA Lawsuit)

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