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ProPublica FOIAs for NSA surveillance info


ProPublica FOIAs for NSA surveillance info

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
Columbia Journalism Review

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