Is the Supreme Court’s ruling on surveillance really that significant?

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March 13, 2013
Future of Freedom Foundation
by Tim Kelly  
Posted in Commentary

"In a remarkable achievement of legal sophistry, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled against a constitutional challenge to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Amendments Act. The 5–4 ruling this February upheld the federal law that authorizes the National Security Agency (NSA) to eavesdrop on international telephone calls and emails in the so-called war on terror." (03/13/13)  

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