EFF Pushes Back Against NSA Bid To End Spying Challenge

By Daniel Wilson (October 1, 2018, 8:46 PM EDT) -- The Electronic Frontier Foundation has laid out additional evidence to support its long-running California federal lawsuit claiming that the National Security Agency unlawfully spied on hundreds of millions of unsuspecting Americans through mass surveillance programs, it said Monday.

In addition to the documents and witnesses it had already presented to the court, the EFF has tapped an ex-AT&T employee whistleblower and three new expert witnesses, meaning it has now laid out a "full evidentiary case" for why the five AT&T subscriber plaintiffs represented by the civil liberties group should be allowed to push forward with their putative class action accusing the...

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