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Federal judge finds FBI’s usage of national security letters unconstitutional

  • 16.5k the number of ultra-secret national security letters sent by the FBI, with gag orders, in 2011. The agency has sent hundreds of thousands of them over the years—and appears to have finally met its match in the form of a federal judge who ruled on Friday that the orders were unconstitutional. The case, involving an unnamed telecom firm, prevented the firm from speaking about the case to the public. source
March 15, 2013 // 19:45 // 1 year ago
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