Dec 192015
 
 December 19, 2015  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Jamie Ross reports:

The Ninth Circuit sidelined a challenge Friday of the government’s Internet surveillance program, finding the issue premature to appeal.

Carolyn Jewel is the lead plaintiff behind the federal complaint filed seven years ago in San Francisco, hoping to represent a class of AT&T customers accusing the National Security Agency of using the Terrorist Surveillance Program to eavesdrop on millions of phone calls in violation of the Fourth Amendment.

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