How a church, terror suspects, and some lawyers are pushing privacy on the legal front.
Roughly a year and a half since the first Snowden disclosures, there’s already been a judicial order to shut down the National Security Agency’s bulk metadata collection program.
The lawsuit filed by Larry Klayman, a veteran conservative activist, would essentially put a stop to unchecked NSA surveillance. And at the start of 2015, he remains the only plaintiff whose case has won when fighting for privacy against the newly understood government monitoring. However, it’s currently a victory in name only—the judicial order inKlayman was stayed pending the government’s appeal.
Written by Cyrus Farivar- ArsTechnica
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