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 October 31, 2013  Posted by  Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.

Jon Stewart nailed it last night:

Making fun of a federal agency or Congress should be protected speech, right? But as some have discovered, the NSA has no sense of humor when it comes to the use of its seal. Sheri Qualters reports that parodist Dan McCall has sued the NSA in federal court in Maryland, asking the court to declare that his parody products, sold on Zazzle, do not violate federal laws protecting the government’s right to control use of agency names and seals. Read more on Law.com. Hopefully they’ll fix the broken link to the complaint.

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