Jun 11

Treason charges for Snowden would be rare, challenging



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Several key U.S. senators are lobbying for treason charges against Edward Snowden, the former analyst who leaked information about government spy programs. So how rare and unusual would that be?



Jun 10

20 different opinions on the NSA from famous people



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The controversy over the National Security Agency privacy case has led to some strange combinations in the media. Here are 20 quotes from some famous people you’d never think would agree on anything!



Jun 10

Courts, DOJ tussle over Fourth Amendment violations and the NSA



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A current legal action, based on one senator’s comments, could reveal specifics about a case where the National Security Agency may have violated the Fourth Amendment while conducting surveillance on Americans.



Jun 7

The Fourth Amendment takes center stage during a tough week



Posted 10 months, 13 days ago.

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One of the bedrocks of American society, the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution, is having a tough time to start June. But at least the debate over its very existence is getting a lot of publicity.



Jun 6

NSA phone call surveillance poses constitutional, political issues



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The Obama administration is defending on Thursday an apparent secret court order that allows it access to the basic phone call information of many Americans, in an issue that raises important constitutional questions about the scope of government surveillance of private citizens.