NSA Spying - State Administrator Cases

These six cases were brought by the federal government against various state administrators to terminate subpoenas seeking information from the telecoms about whether they violated state privacy laws as part of the the warrantless surveillance. The subpoenas were issued by the New Jersey Attorney General and the Public Utilities Commissioners of Vermont, Connecticut, Maine and Missouri.

They were dismissed by the District Court along with Hepting v. AT&T and not appealed. 

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