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 July 23, 2014  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Jack Bouboushian reports:

All the critical material in an 81-page 2011 FISC opinion on NSA surveillance has been declassified and made public, a federal judge ruled, rejecting the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s request for an unredacted copy.

In 2012, the EFF, a digital rights group, submitted a Freedom of Information Act request to the National Security Agency seeking a copy of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court’s (FISC) October 2011 order related to the government’s collection of intelligence on foreign targets.

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  One Response to “Judge Rejects EFF’s Call for NSA Full Disclosure”

  1. Another judge that’s in bed with the NSA.

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