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NSA Spy Program Ruled Unconstitutional

“The Permanent Injunction of the TSP requested by Plaintiffs is granted inasmuch as each of the factors required to be met to sustain such an injunction have undistributed been met. 59 The irreparable injury necessary to warrant injunctive relief is clear, as the First and Fourth Amendment rights of Plaintiffs are violated by the TSP. See Dombrowski v. Pfister, 380 U.S. 479 (1965). The irreparable injury conversely sustained by Defendants under this injunction may be rectified by compliance with our Constitution and/or statutory law, as amended if necessary. Plaintiffs have prevailed, and the public interest is clear, in this matter. …

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America gets spied upon

In some terrific investigative journalism, The New York Times has uncovered information that the National Security Agency (NSA) has been eavesdropping on people within the United States since 2002. This signals a drastic departure from the agency’s longstanding rules, and indicates that the government permitted extraordinary exceptions to laws and regulations after the World Trade Center was attacked in 2001. Domestic Spying is exactly the sort of thing that is against the very fabric of the Bill of Rights.  Source NyTimes

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