NSA Phone Plan May Reach Supreme Court on 1979 PrecedentAndrew Zajac and Greg Stohr
A federal judge may have laid the foundation for U.S. Supreme Court review of the National Security Agency’s telephone data surveillance program when he said it probably violates constitutional privacy rights.
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