Klayman's Internet Spying Claims Fail, NSA Says

Law360, Chicago (February 11, 2014, 4:18 PM EST) -- The National Security Agency and the Obama administration on Monday told a Washington, D.C., federal judge that former U.S. Department of Justice prosecutor Larry Klayman lacks standing to challenge the constitutionality of surveillance programs targeting email and other Internet communications.

Klayman — who convinced U.S. District Judge Richard J. Leon in December that the NSA's bulk collection of phone records is likely unconstitutional — is also challenging a separate program known as PRISM that purportedly authorizes counterterrorism investigators to scrape emails and other personal data from...
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