In the Ninth Circuit court in San Francisco Wednesday morning, the Electronic Frontier Foundation's (EFF) Kurt Opsahl urged the federal appeals court to uphold a lower court's ruling that national security letters (NSLs) are unconstitutional.  Regardless, whether the ruling is upheld, the matter of NSLs is all but inevitably bound to end up on the dockets of the United States Supreme Court, which will have the final word.

In the Ninth Circuit Court in San Francisco Wednesday morning, the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s (EFF) Kurt Opsahl urged the federal appeals court to uphold a lower court’s ruling that national security letters (NSLs) are unconstitutional. Regardless whether the ruling is upheld, the matter of NSLs is all but inevitably bound to end up on the dockets of the United States Supreme Court, which will have the final word. - See more at: http://threatpost.com/eff-issues-arguments-against-national-security-letters/108783#sthash.3irjrUMA.dpuf

In the Ninth Circuit Court in San Francisco Wednesday morning, the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s (EFF) Kurt Opsahl urged the federal appeals court to uphold a lower court’s ruling that national security letters (NSLs) are unconstitutional. Regardless whether the ruling is upheld, the matter of NSLs is all but inevitably bound to end up on the dockets of the United States Supreme Court, which will have the final word. - See more at: http://threatpost.com/eff-issues-arguments-against-national-security-letters/108783#sthash.3irjrUMA.dpuf

Thursday, October 9, 2014
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