NSA Data Collection Program Dealt Blow By Federal Judge

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TN Note: This isn’t the first time that the NSA has been slapped by a Federal judge, but it has done nothing to stop the NSA from acting outside the bounds of the Constitution. The collection of data is not about terrorism or national security, but rather about full-blown monitoring of society in preparation for Technocracy to be implemented.

A federal judge on Monday partly blocked the National Security Agency’s program that systematically collects Americans’ domestic phone records in bulk just weeks before the agency was scheduled to shut it down and replace it. The judge said the program was most likely unconstitutional.

In a separate case challenging the program, a federal appeals court in New York on Oct. 30 had declined to weigh in on the constitutional issues, saying it would be imprudent to interfere with an orderly transition to a replacement system after Nov. 29.

But on Monday, in a 43-page ruling, Judge Richard J. Leon of United States District Court for the District of Columbia wrote that the constitutional issues were too important to leave unanswered in the history of the program, which traces back to after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and came to light in 2013 in leaks by Edward J. Snowden, the former intelligence contractor.

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Something very strange is going on…HHMMM. Why is it.. in just one week’s time.. Osamas amnesty EXECUTIVE ORDER on amnesty / and millions of illegal aliens , was shot down.
And NOW Obama is brown nosing Netanyahu at our whitehouse….gonna ponder on this little gem.