Sep 052013
 
 September 5, 2013  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Reuters reports:

The National Rifle Association said on Wednesday it supports a lawsuit brought by civil rights groups to strike down the U.S. government’s broad telephone surveillance program, citing potential violations of gun owners’ privacy rights.

In a brief backing the American Civil Liberties Union’s lawsuit against senior U.S. government officials, the NRA said the collection of vast communications threatens privacy and could allow the government to create a registry of gun owners.

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