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NSA Weighs Retaining Data for Suits


NSA Weighs Retaining Data for Suits

Cindy Cohn, legal director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which also is suing over the program, said the government should save the phone records, as long as they aren't still searchable under the program. "If they're destroying evidence, that would be a crime," she said.

Ms. Cohn also questioned why the government was only now considering this move, even though the EFF filed a lawsuit over NSA data collection in 2008.

Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Wall Street Journal

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