Jewel v. NSA Archives | William Binney
2019-11-9 · 10-15616_Jewel_vs.NSA.webm (WebM audio/video file, VP8/Vorbis, length 38 min 53 s, 640 × 480 pixels, 441 kbps overall) Judge Kills Jewel v. NSA Lawsuit Over Mass Surveillance EFF’s case challenging NSA spying, Jewel v. NSA, has come further than any case trying to end the government’s mass surveillance programs. Our clients have survived multiple efforts by the government to end the case, and they continue to push for their day in court. As a result, we’re no stranger to overcoming legal obstacles thrown our way. Samuelson Clinic files Amicus Brief in Jewel v. NSA
EFF: US Gov't Bid To Alter Court Record in Jewel v. NSA
Jewel V. Nsa stories at Techdirt. Jewel v. NSA is the EFF's big case against the NSA over its surveillance efforts. It predates the Snowden revelations (from a lot), and stems from that time an AT&T technician, Mark Klein, just Jewel V Nsa stories at Techdirt.
Friday News: The Rap Year Book, that tea video, Jewel v
Jewel v. National Security Agency | Civil Rights Jewel v. NSA, 673 F.3d 902 (9th Cir. 2011). In 2012, Judge Walker retired; the matter was reassigned to District Judge Jeffrey S. White on May 18, 2012. Upon remand, the plaintiffs filed a motion for partial summary adjudication requesting that the district court dismiss the defendants' state secret defense.