May 172014
 
 May 17, 2014  Court, Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

Trevor Timm writes:

If you blinked this week, you might have missed the news: two Senators accused the Justice Department of lying about NSA warrantless surveillance to the US supreme court last year, and those falsehoods all but ensured that mass spying on Americans would continue. But hardly anyone seems to care – least of all those who lied and who should have already come forward with the truth.

Read more on The Guardian.

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