ProPublica’s coverage of government surveillance, both before and since The Summer of Snowden, has been thorough and revelatory—and it’s far from finished. Last week, ProPublica announced that it was filing a motion in the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC), seeking access to certain sealed court opinions. The right-of-access motion, filed through counsel at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, argues that the public has a First Amendment right to see the court’s legal justifications for bulk data collection.

Friday, November 22, 2013
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