Broadening its fight against the government's "unconstitutional and illegal dragnet surveillance" of millions of Americans, a watchdog group today filed a lawsuit against the National Security Agency, the president, vice president and other government agencies and officials involved in the domestic surveillance program...

"The suit alleges that the spying violates the constitution, as well as a variety of federal privacy laws," Kevin Bankston, a senior attorney with the EFF, said on a conference call with reporters.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

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