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Submission + - Obama, Verizon, NSA Sued For Collecting U.S. Citizens' Phone Call Data

An anonymous reader writes: Three individuals have filed the first lawsuit aimed at disputing the constitutionality of NSA's collection of metadata on phone calls made by or to U.S. citizens. According to the suit, the all the defendants "have illegally collaborated in the surveillance program, which has violated the law and damaged the fundamental freedoms of American citizens." It's only a matter of time until we see a variety of organizations and individuals filing lawsuits on their own.
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Obama, Verizon, NSA Sued For Collecting U.S. Citizens' Phone Call Data

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