Was Edward Snowden right after all?
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Three federal appeals court judges think so. On Thursday, the judges ruled the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of telephone metadata from Americans is illegal, setting the stage for a full constitutional review. “Metadata” is information about the time, duration and recipients of calls.tramadol online pharmacy
Snowden, a former NSA contractor, revealed the existence of the bulk data collection program two years ago in secret documents he gave to journalists Glenn Greenwald ofÂ The Guardian and Laura Poitras. Snowden believed the spying violated the rights of U.S. citizens, a position echoed by civil libertarians, privacy experts, members of Congress and even presidential candidates.