Mealey's IP/Tech - NSA Spying Plaintiff Petitions High Court; Government Argues Against Jurisdiction

Mealey's IP/Tech - NSA Spying Plaintiff Petitions High Court; Government Argues Against Jurisdiction

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Several U.S. government entities that have been named as defendants in three lawsuits related to the uncovered surveillance activities of the National Security Agency (NSA) by a well-known political activist and his co-plaintiffs filed an answer to the first of those suits on Feb. 14, asserting that the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia lacks jurisdiction due to the plaintiffs' lack of standing to sue (Larry Klayman, et al. v. Barack Hussein Obama, et al., No. 1:13-cv-00851, 1:13-cv-00881 and 1:14-cv-00092, D. D.C.).

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