DC Circuit Court of Appeals Hears Challenge to NSA’s Metadata Collection Program

Earlier this month, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in a case regarding the NSA’s collection of telephone metdata. The appeal stems from last year’s lower court decision in Klayman et al. v. Obama et al., which ordered the NSA to stop its collection program and destroy any data collected as a result of this program. For more information on the case, see http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2014/11/top-appeals-court-to-hear-why-nsa-metadata-spying-should-stay-or-go/.

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