High Court Asked To Preserve Warrantless Surveillance Fight

Law360, New York (September 18, 2012, 5:28 PM EDT) -- A group of private citizens urged the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to uphold their ability to challenge a law that lets federal agencies intercept international communications without individual warrants, arguing that the imminent risk of this surveillance has caused them harm.

In asking the high court to affirm the Second Circuit's finding that they have standing to challenge 2008 amendments to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, a coalition of lawyers, journalists, human rights researchers and others whose jobs require them to correspond with international contacts...
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