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Mealey's Data Privacy - NSA Prevails In Wikimedia's Constitutional Claims Over Upstream Surveillance

BALTIMORE - Wikimedia Foundation failed to establish that the National Security Agency (NSA) copied or collected any of its international internet communications as part of its upstream surveillance program, a Maryland federal judge ruled Dec. 16, dismissing for a second time the internet firm's constitutional claims against the government, also deeming the suit precluded by the state secrets privilege (Wikimedia Foundation v. National Security Agency, et al., No. 1:15-cv-00662, D. Md.).
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