Wednesday, February 11, 2015

US court tosses out mass surveillance case against NSA, AT&T

(RT) A longstanding case against the NSA – filed before the Snowden revelations were made public – has suffered a setback as the judge rules the plaintiff is unable to demonstrate she was placed under illegal surveillance.

In 2008, the Electronic Frontier Foundation brought a case (Jewel v. NSA) on behalf of five plaintiffs who alleged that the NSA and AT&T were engaged in an "illegal and unconstitutional program of dragnet communications surveillance conducted by the National Security Agency and other Defendants in concert with major telecommunications companies," according to the original complaint.

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