May 302017
 
 May 30, 2017  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Tim Cushing reports:

One of the longest-running lawsuits over NSA surveillance is still no closer to a final decision, but at least we may get to take a look at a few more Section 702 documents. Jewel vs. NSA (filed in 2008) predates the Snowden leaks by five years and, judging by the speed of the government’s responses, will probably hit the 10-year mark before everything is sorted out.

The EFF reports a production order has been handed down by the court, which will hopefully light a fire under the recalcitrant government.

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