The plaintiffs are represented by Electronic Frontier Foundation in a class action that was filed in the Northern District of California.
     A digital-rights watchdog, EFF has asserted that there is ample evidence of the mass collection of Americans' records through a program known as Domestic Internet Backbone Surveillance. The case has included evidence from whistleblower Mark Klein, a former AT&T technician who discovered that the telecommunications company was routing Internet traffic to a secret NSA room in San Francisco.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015
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