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BREAKING NOW!! ACLU Files Lawsuit Challenging Constitutionality of NSA Phone Spying Program

 
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BREAKING NOW!! ACLU Files Lawsuit Challenging Constitutionality of NSA Phone Spying Program
The ACLU, a Verizon Customer, Says Government Data Collection Violates Its First and Fourth Amendment Rights

June 11, 2013

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CONTACT: 212-549-2666, [email protected]

NEW YORK – The American Civil Liberties Union and the New York Civil Liberties Union today filed a constitutional challenge to a surveillance program under which the National Security Agency vacuums up information about every phone call placed within, from, or to the United States. The lawsuit argues that the program violates the First Amendment rights of free speech and association as well as the right of privacy protected by the Fourth Amendment. The complaint also charges that the dragnet program exceeds the authority that Congress provided through the Patriot Act.

"This dragnet program is surely one of the largest surveillance efforts ever launched by a democratic government against its own citizens," said Jameel Jaffer, ACLU deputy legal director. "It is the equivalent of requiring every American to file a daily report with the government of every location they visited, every person they talked to on the phone, the time of each call, and the length of every conversation. The program goes far beyond even the permissive limits set by the Patriot Act and represents a gross infringement of the freedom of association and the right to privacy."

The ACLU is a customer of Verizon Business Network Services, which was the recipient of a secret FISA Court order published by The Guardian last week. The order required the company to "turn over on 'an ongoing daily basis' phone call details" such as who calls are placed to and from, and when those calls are made. The lawsuit argues that the government's blanket seizure of and ability to search the ACLU's phone records compromises sensitive information about its work, undermining the organization's ability to engage in legitimate communications with clients, journalists, advocacy partners, and others.

[link to www.aclu.org]

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ACLU files lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of NSA phone spying program #breaking

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The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court order released yesterday by The Guardian reveals that the U.S. government is regularly tracking the phone calls of potentially millions of Americans.

ACLU attorneys have been monitoring the U.S. government’s use of the Patriot Act for years, and this document confirms our biggest fears. Have a look at the notes we’ve made on the court order to see how we understand what it says about the powers the government claims. (Just click on the document below and hover on the red dots to see our comments. This embed will serve content from thinglink.com.)

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Well I'll stand with them on this ONE thing...most of the time ACLU is working against morals and freedom.
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BREAKING: THE ACLU DOES SOMETHING GOOD!
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Well I'll stand with them on this ONE thing...most of the time ACLU is working against morals and freedom.
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Agreed.
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BREAKING: THE ACLU DOES SOMETHING GOOD!
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Odd, isn't it?
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enjoy it while it lasts, I guess.
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enjoy it while it lasts, I guess.
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Wonder who else is gonna jump on this band wagon?
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We`ll see how this gets brushed away. Judge wont even accept the lawsuit,watch.
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Oh shit!
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#BREAKING: ACLU files lawsuit challenging constitutionality of NSA phone monitoring [link to t.co]
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We`ll see how this gets brushed away. Judge wont even accept the lawsuit,watch.
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I guess then we know "who" the problem is!
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We`ll see how this gets brushed away. Judge wont even accept the lawsuit,watch.
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Maybe, but its definitely an eye opener.
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The ACLU, a Verizon Customer, Says Government Data Collection Violates Its First and Fourth Amendment Rights

June 11, 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: 212-549-2666, [email protected]

NEW YORK – The American Civil Liberties Union and the New York Civil Liberties Union today filed a constitutional challenge to a surveillance program under which the National Security Agency vacuums up information about every phone call placed within, from, or to the United States. The lawsuit argues that the program violates the First Amendment rights of free speech and association as well as the right of privacy protected by the Fourth Amendment. The complaint also charges that the dragnet program exceeds the authority that Congress provided through the Patriot Act.

"This dragnet program is surely one of the largest surveillance efforts ever launched by a democratic government against its own citizens," said Jameel Jaffer, ACLU deputy legal director. "It is the equivalent of requiring every American to file a daily report with the government of every location they visited, every person they talked to on the phone, the time of each call, and the length of every conversation. The program goes far beyond even the permissive limits set by the Patriot Act and represents a gross infringement of the freedom of association and the right to privacy."

The ACLU is a customer of Verizon Business Network Services, which was the recipient of a secret FISA Court order published by The Guardian last week. The order required the company to "turn over on 'an ongoing daily basis' phone call details" such as who calls are placed to and from, and when those calls are made. The lawsuit argues that the government's blanket seizure of and ability to search the ACLU's phone records compromises sensitive information about its work, undermining the organization's ability to engage in legitimate communications with clients, journalists, advocacy partners, and others.

[link to www.aclu.org]

Shit is blowing up on MSM, now, about this!
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The NSA Charter says that it can do ANYTHING as longs as the NSA is not specifically mentioned in a law prohibiting them from an action. ANYTHING

That is why no matter what outrage the senators profess on TV, they are powerless to do anything about it unless they know of a specific program, then write a law mentioning that the NSA is prohibited from doing that particular action.

Besides, the NSA is basically a sovereign entity separate from the US government and it will do whatever it wants...as it always has since its inception in 1947. Same with the CIA.

The whistleblower only mentioned things that we have already known about for over 50 years. The only reason it's a story now is because a foreign news outlet mentioned whilst the jewstream media in the USSA have been keeping a truth embargo on it form the American sheeple.

It has always been an illegal conspiracy...only difference now is that it is no longer considered a theory....once sheeple see it reported on jewstrea, TV and in jewspapers.
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The ACLU, a Verizon Customer, Says Government Data Collection Violates Its First and Fourth Amendment Rights

June 11, 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: 212-549-2666, [email protected]

NEW YORK – The American Civil Liberties Union and the New York Civil Liberties Union today filed a constitutional challenge to a surveillance program under which the National Security Agency vacuums up information about every phone call placed within, from, or to the United States. The lawsuit argues that the program violates the First Amendment rights of free speech and association as well as the right of privacy protected by the Fourth Amendment. The complaint also charges that the dragnet program exceeds the authority that Congress provided through the Patriot Act.

"This dragnet program is surely one of the largest surveillance efforts ever launched by a democratic government against its own citizens," said Jameel Jaffer, ACLU deputy legal director. "It is the equivalent of requiring every American to file a daily report with the government of every location they visited, every person they talked to on the phone, the time of each call, and the length of every conversation. The program goes far beyond even the permissive limits set by the Patriot Act and represents a gross infringement of the freedom of association and the right to privacy."

The ACLU is a customer of Verizon Business Network Services, which was the recipient of a secret FISA Court order published by The Guardian last week. The order required the company to "turn over on 'an ongoing daily basis' phone call details" such as who calls are placed to and from, and when those calls are made. The lawsuit argues that the government's blanket seizure of and ability to search the ACLU's phone records compromises sensitive information about its work, undermining the organization's ability to engage in legitimate communications with clients, journalists, advocacy partners, and others.

[link to www.aclu.org]

Shit is blowing up on MSM, now, about this!
 Quoting: Gypsy Priest


The NSA Charter says that it can do ANYTHING as longs as the NSA is not specifically mentioned in a law prohibiting them from an action. ANYTHING

That is why no matter what outrage the senators profess on TV, they are powerless to do anything about it unless they know of a specific program, then write a law mentioning that the NSA is prohibited from doing that particular action.

Besides, the NSA is basically a sovereign entity separate from the US government and it will do whatever it wants...as it always has since its inception in 1947. Same with the CIA.

The whistleblower only mentioned things that we have already known about for over 50 years. The only reason it's a story now is because a foreign news outlet mentioned whilst the jewstream media in the USSA have been keeping a truth embargo on it form the American sheeple.

It has always been an illegal conspiracy...only difference now is that it is no longer considered a theory....once sheeple see it reported on jewstrea, TV and in jewspapers.

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MSM is all over this, now!
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Fox News just said that the Dow dropped sharply when this came out.
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This is the first major organization to file a suit against the NSA relating to the Snowden scandal.
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Well I'll stand with them on this ONE thing...most of the time ACLU is working against morals and freedom.
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+1
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Yes! Someone finally has some balls to stand up!
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BREAKING: THE ACLU DOES SOMETHING GOOD!
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Odd, isn't it?
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ohyeah
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Well I'll stand with them on this ONE thing...most of the time ACLU is working against morals and freedom.
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+1
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cheers
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Yes! Someone finally has some balls to stand up!
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Agreed!
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Verizon keeps being mentioned - but if they are spying using Verizon records, then it stands to reason Verizon is not the only one. Why would they just stop at Verizon only?
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Verizon keeps being mentioned - but if they are spying using Verizon records, then it stands to reason Verizon is not the only one. Why would they just stop at Verizon only?
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They're claiming that they are a Verizon customer and Verizon violated their rights.
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