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EFF Sues For Release of NSL Abuse Records

EFF IN THE NEWS
July 18, 2007

On the heels of Congressional hearings and extensive media coverage of a Justice Department report documenting abuse of privacy measures, the Electronic Frontier Foundation is seeking an emergency order that would require the FBI to surrender and make public all records regarding the misuse of National Security Letters (NSLs) to collect private information from American citizens...

"Congress has already dedicated several hearings to the FBI's abuse of investigative power and is thinking about how to prevent such abuses in the future," said EFF Staff Attorney Marcia Hofmann.

"But if there is going to be meaningful debate about this issue, we need more information than what the Administration chooses to make public, and we need it now."

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