The Public Should Have Access to the Surveillance Court’s Opinions

peter.suber's bookmarks 2021-04-20


"For decades, a special court—the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, or “FISC”—has issued secret legal opinions authorizing the U.S. government to conduct sweeping programs of electronic surveillance. These opinions have had a profound impact on Americans’ rights to privacy, free expression, and free association. But many of them are entirely hidden from public view...."


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Tags: oa.usa oa.litigation

Date tagged:

04/20/2021, 17:04

Date published:

04/20/2021, 13:04