Judge: Plaintiffs Have Constitutional Standing To Challenge NSA Data Collection

Judge: Plaintiffs Have Constitutional Standing To Challenge NSA Data Collection

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Stating that the U.S. government's "bulk telephony and metadata collection and analysis almost certainly does violate a reasonable expectation of privacy," a District of Columbia federal judge on Dec. 16 found that two plaintiffs would likely succeed in their Fourth Amendment challenge to this practice, leading the judge to grant in part their motion for a preliminary injunction (Larry Klayman, et al. v. Barrack Hussein Obama, et al., No. 1:13-cv-00851 and 1:13-cv-00881, D. D.C.).

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