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American Civil Liberties Union et al., v. National Security Agency et al.

Author: Anna Diggs Taylor
Published August 17, 2006

In the case of the ACLU v. the NSA, Judge Anna Diggs Taylor of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan found the Bush administration's domestic surveillance program to be unconstitutional and called for a halt to such activities. The ruling states that the surveillance violates the First and Fourth Amendments and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.

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