Supreme Court Asked to Block NSA's Telephone Surveillance

, The National Law Journal

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A privacy-rights organization faces an uphill battle to persuade the U.S. Supreme Court to halt the National Security Agency's surveillance of domestic telephone records.

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  • Harold Goldenshalf PHD MD JD

    The Supreme Court should take the case, but the standing issue is tricky and the high court may use it to sidestep the Mandamus action.

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