Criminal Defendants Should Have Chance to Review FISA Materials, EFF and ACLU Argue in Amicus Brief

Criminal Defendants Should Have Chance to Review FISA Materials, EFF and ACLU Argue in Amicus Brief (via EFF)

In the 36-year existence of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), the government has never disclosed classified FISA materials—the specific applications for surveillance and the factual affidavits that support the surveillance request…

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