Judge Rules Against NSA; NSA Spies On Plaintiff

I don’t often notice WorldNetDaily and Techdirt writing on the same topic, but they both cover the recent ruling on the NSA. As Mike Masnick writes for Techdirt, Well, this is big, big news. Judge Richard Leon, a judge in the DC district court, has ruled that the NSA’s bulk metadata collection should be stopped as violating the 4th Amendment, though he’s put the ruling on hold, knowing that it will be appealed. This is the first major court ruling concerning the program, and the judge is pretty Read more […]