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Prism next chapter, the Electronic Frontier Foundation sued NSA Dian FBI unconstitutional
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Electronic Frontier Foundation on the 17th Dian FBI surveillance operations against NSA unconstitutional.
Following the American Civil Liberties Union, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, also on the U.S. government to sue, sue the National Security Agency or the FBI for U.S. citizens to monitor network activity acts unconstitutional.
Since last month, the Guardian revealed Dian FBI National Security Agency and other government agencies on a regular basis since Apple Dian Google and Microsoft and other large technology companies to obtain user data prism plan (PRISM) after exposure, causing many critics, while referential information provided by users of technology companies have also asked the U.S. government to allow the government to release more information on the situation requires the user.
And many American citizens’ groups also have action on the 17th, following the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU, American Civil Liberties Union) a few weeks ago against the Obama administration illegal surveillance citizens, the long-term concept note open source, digital rights electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF, Electronic Frontier Foundation) and also other 19 organizations, including Greenpeace (Greenpeace), Human Rights Watch (Human Rights Watch), etc., jointly charged with NSA and the FBI and other U.S. federal agencies unconstitutional.Viewing:-118
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