Oct 102015
 
 October 10, 2015  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Andrea Noble reports:

A federal judge in the District of Columbia hearing arguments Thursday on a revived motion to block NSA phone snooping acknowledged his own concern that the program is continuing to violate millions of Americans’ constitutional rights.

But U.S. District Judge Richard Leon has not decided whether to issue a second preliminary injunction to block the collection of phone metadata in the final weeks of activity as part of the National Security Agency program.

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