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Federal judge rules NSA phone collection likely unconstitutional, suggests data may be destroyed

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A federal judge today ruled that the National Security Agency's phone records collection program likely violates the Fourth Amendment -- the first significant defeat for the spy agency's controversial efforts since they were revealed publicly by Edward Snowden. "I will grant Larry Klayman's and Charles Strange's requests for an injunction and enter an order that (1) bars the government from...

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