Aug 122014
 August 12, 2014  Posted by  Court, Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.

William Dotinga reports:

Transcripts from secret court opinions authorizing the collection of call records and telephone data from ordinary citizens will remain under wraps, a federal judge ruled Monday.

Privacy watchdog group Electronic Frontier Foundation had sued Justice Department under the Freedom of Information Act in 2011 for access to opinions in which the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court found some of the National Security Agency’s surveillance unconstitutional.

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