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Clapper v Amnesty International USA

Let Non-Secret Courts Decide if NSA Surveillance Is Constitutional

Katherine Hawkins | Posted 08.19.2013 | Politics
Katherine Hawkins

Courts have dismissed most cases because of a catch 22: in order to sue, plaintiffs must prove that they were affected by NSA surveillance -- but the proof is classified.

Matt Sledge

Supreme Court's Warrantless Wiretapping Ruling Could Send Civil Liberties Ripple Effects | Matt Sledge | Posted 02.27.2013 | Politics

NEW YORK -- The Supreme Court's Tuesday ruling in a case about warrantless wiretapping, Clapper v. Amnesty International USA, could have larger conseq...

Matt Sledge

Supreme Court Swats Away Warrantless Wiretapping Challenge | Matt Sledge | Posted 02.27.2013 | Politics

NEW YORK -- Journalists and human rights advocates worried they are being swept up in an electronic dragnet cannot challenge the U.S. government's sec...

Mike Sacks

Deportation And Wiretapping At The Supreme Court | Mike Sacks | Posted 05.21.2012 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- With five weeks remaining in its term, the Supreme Court on Monday morning chipped away at its 20-plus cases yet to be decided by issuin...