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 October 13, 2015  Posted by  Court, Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

From EPIC.org:

The US Supreme Court has granted the Solicitor General more time to respond to EPIC’s charges that the government’s effort to keep under wraps a controversial cellphone shutdown policy violates the law. EPIC has pursued public release of the government policy since BART subway officials shut down cellphone service during a peaceful protest in 2011. After EPIC prevailed in district court and a judge ordered release of the policy, the government appealed and a federal appeals court reversed. In the Supreme Court petition, EPIC argued that the was “contrary to the intent of Congress, this Court’s precedent, and this Court’s specific guidance on statutory interpretation.” The government’s response is now due on November 13.

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