Oct 222019
 October 22, 2019  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Andrea Germanos reports:

A ruling by a federal court Monday drew the ire of the ACLU after siding with the U.S. government and rejecting a challenge brought by four U.S. citizens over their inclusion on the No Fly List, thus leaving the men, according to the civil liberties group, “in an indefinite Kafkaesque nightmare.”

Inclusion on the secret database—which represents part of the government’s terrorism watchlisting system—means a person is blacklisted as a suspected terrorist and banned from flying into, within, and from the United States.

Read more on Common Dreams.

h/t, Joe Cadillic

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