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Saturday, May 09, 2015

The Volokh Conspiracy headlines, "Second Circuit rules, mostly symbolically, that current text of Section 215 doesn’t authorize bulk surveillance"

This link, with a link to the 110 page opinion of the appellate panel, online. Volokh makes an argument that the opinion is largely symbolic, as to reach if not as to content.

Do you take Volokh's word for it, or read the Court's reasoning? How second-hand do you like your information?

What you have is an opinion and concurrence, both against the NSA's dragnet spying on us in the US.

No dissent.

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