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NSA Surveillance: FISA Court Says Justice Department Should Publish Secret Court Document

In the latest development of an ongoing legal battle, the Electronic Frontier Foundation finds itself on the frontlines of the battle for transparency on secret spy programs -- like the National Security Administration’s PRISM -- that collect and monitor the communications of U.S. citizens. Last week, a judge of the super-secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court ruled in favor of the EFF, allowing it to pursue a lawsuit aimed at making public a court decision that found Department of Justice surveillance techniques to be unconstitutional.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013
International Business Times

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