Federal Judge Finds NSA Surveillance Legal
Yin and Yang. Last week, federal Judge Richard J. Leon in Washington ruled the NSA's collection of mass telephone metadata was “almost Orwellian” and probably unconstitutional."
Today, Judge William H. Pauley III in New York rules the opposite way, finding the NSA program legal under Section 215 of the Patriot Act and the Fourth Amendment.
Today's opinion is here.
The ACLU says on to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.
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