ACLU joins Klayman in fight over NSA spy programs


Collected on a massive scale over a broad time period, metadata can reveal your political and religious affiliations, your friends and relationships, even whether you have a health condition or own guns. This is exactly the kind of warrantless search the Fourth Amendment was intended to prevent.”

“Dragnet surveillance is and has always has been illegal in the United States.”

“Our country’s founders rebelled against overbroad searches and seizures, and they would be aghast to see the liberties they fought hard to enshrine into our Constitution sacrificed in the name of security.”

via ACLU joins Klayman in fight over NSA spy programs.

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