Aug 172015
 August 17, 2015  Court, Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

Dan Horowitz writes:

Why is the Second Circuit being forced to defend our electronic privacy and preserve an international agreement from the Obama administration?

Recently, a Federal Judge in New York was convinced by lawyers from the Obama administration that international agreements and the Fourth Amendment were simply minor impediments to be brushed aside at the behest of the Department of Justice (DoJ) and their insatiable desire to have automatic access to any electronic data U.S. citizens and companies possess.

How is this possible? Why have very few people heard of this? Why aren’t the Netizens up in arms over it?

Read more on The Hill.


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